15 Jul 2023

Philips presents: MRI Symposium on Neuroradiology featuring speakers from; The Alfred Hospital and Monash University

Registration close date : 8 Jul 2023
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Key Takeaways:

  1. Hear from industry experts on MR Neuroradiology at Victoria’s most comprehensive hospital.
  2. A chance to network with some of Australia’s leading MR Radiologists, Radiographers and Researchers.

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About Speaker
  • Professor Meng Law
  • Professor and Program Director Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Alfred Health. Meng is currently the Program Director of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at Alfred Health, Professor and Director of iBRAIN (integrated Biomedical Research in AI and Neuroimaging) Monash University. He undertook his undergraduate and specialty training in Melbourne but had been working in the USA for almost 20 years. He comes to us most recently from the USC Keck Medical Centre in Los Angeles, where he was the Director of Neuroradiology, Neuroradiology Fellowship Program Director, Director of NIA USC Alzheimer Disease Research Center, Neuroimaging Core and Medical Director of the Stevens Institute of Neuroimaging and Informatics where he was also the Professor of Radiology, Neurology & Neurological Surgery USC Keck School of Medicine as well as Professor of Biomedical Engineering USC Viterbi School of Engineering. Prior to California, Meng held Associate Professorial roles at Mt Sinai School of Medicine, the New York University School of Medicine in New York and undertook a Neuroradiology fellowship at the New York University Medical Centre. Over the years Meng has also been involved with many US and international professional organisations, including President of the American Society of Spine Radiology and President American Society of Functional Neuroradiology. Meng’s major areas of research interest include the ageing brain and Alzheimer’s Disease, AI, big data science and machine learning, advanced neuro MR imaging techniques, molecular imaging, traumatic brain injury and imaging in spaceflight. Being an avid teacher, clinician and investigator, he has published over 300 peer review papers and given over 1000 lectures worldwide, been awarded the Outstanding Teacher Award at the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), the Award for Excellence by the Society of Neuro-oncology (SNO), the Distinguished Investigator Award from the Academy of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Research and recently a Fellow of the American Society of Functional Neuroradiology.