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Placenta Imaging Workshop 2018 report: Multiscale and multimodal approaches

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Paddy Slator, Rosalind Aughwane, Georgina Cade, Daniel Taylor, Anna L. David, Rohan Lewis, Eric Jauniaux, Adrien Desjardins, Laurent J. Salomon, Anne-Elodie Millischer, Vassilis Tsatsaris, Mary Rutherford, Edward Johnstone, Andrew Melbourne, David Atkinson, Rupanjali Baranikumar, Charline Bertholdt, Elisenda Bonet-Carne, Paul Brownbill, Muriel Bruchhage & 42 more Richard Caulfield, Igor Chernyavsky, Andrew Chew, Anna David, Enrico De Vita, Tom Doel, Alexander Erlich, Dimitra Flouri, Michele Guerreri, Matina Hakim, Ditte Hansen, Makinah Haq, Parvez Haris, Sara Hillman, Alison Ho, Jana Hutter, Laurence Jackson, Edward Johnstone, Esra Kipergil, Silvia Labianco, Christina Malamateniou, Efthymios Maneas, Enrique Monton, David Morris, Julie Nihouarn, Gareth Nye, Helen O'Neill, Mette Østergaard Thunbo, Marco Palombo, Rachel Peasley, Kelly Pegoretti Baruteau, Romina Plitman Mayo, Saskia Port, Laurent Salomon, Simon Shah, Natalia Soe, Anne Soerensen, Magdalena Sokolska, Carla Svigilsky, Teresa Tropea, Guotai Wang, Bilal Yassine

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)78-82
JournalPlacenta
Volume79
Early online date31 Oct 2018
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 31 Oct 2018

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The Centre for Medical Image Computing (CMIC) at University College London (UCL) hosted a two-day workshop on placenta imaging on April 12th and 13th 2018. The workshop consisted of 10 invited talks, 3 contributed talks, a poster session, a public interaction session and a panel discussion about the future direction of placental imaging. With approximately 50 placental researchers in attendance, the workshop was a platform for engineers, clinicians and medical experts in the field to network and exchange ideas. Attendees had the chance to explore over 20 posters with subjects ranging from the movement of blood within the placenta to the efficient segmentation of fetal MRI using deep learning tools. UCL public engagement specialists also presented a poster, encouraging attendees to learn more about how to engage patients and the public with their research, creating spaces for mutual learning and dialogue.

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