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Guest Speaker (AI)

Dr. Forghani was invited to give an AI Presentation at Gator Otolaryngology Research/Graduation Day. Presentation title: Overview of Artificial Intelligence and its Potential Transformative Role in Otolaryngology: Opportunities and Challenges.

Congratulations! Dr. Kevin Pierre

Dr. Kevin Pierre’s abstract has been selected to present at the ASNR 2024 meeting, and he has been chosen as a Travel Award Recipient.

RSNA 2023: The Future of Radiomics in Neuroimaging

Dr. Reza Forghani was invited to deliver a talk at the RSNA 2023 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting. Forghani R. The Future of Radiomics in Neuroimaging. Session. Session Title: AI – Applications of Neuroradiology. Session Number: T6-CNR09. Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).

RSNA 2023: Pioneering Radiology AI

Please read the article “Better Together With Microsoft + Nuance” that was published on RNSA 2023 Bulletin Board and Please visit at Qure’s RSNA Booth to hear Dr. Forghani’s talk on AI in Rural and Remote Setting.

Embracing Change for a Bright Future, Microsoft + Nuance Partnership

Explore the groundbreaking collaboration between Microsoft and Nuance, spearheaded by Dr. Reza Forghani at the University of Florida’s Department of Radiology. Discover how their joint efforts are reshaping medical imaging workflows and advancing AI technologies to empower radiologists, enhance voice recognition, and streamline diagnostic processes in the evolving landscape of…

Assessment of Deep Learning Classification Methods for Parkinsonism

National Institutes of Health Project Director or Principal Investigator: Angelos Barmpoutis. STTR Program Subaward Agreement between Automated Imaging Diagnostics and The University of Florida Board of Trustees. Principal Investigator: David E Vaillancourt Co-Investigator: Reza Forghani Other – Project Scientist: Jesse Collins DeSimone. Project description: Using the infrastructure at the Radiomics and…

Equipment: MRI: Track 2 Acquisition of a Novel Performance-Driven 3D Imaging System for Extremely Noisy Objects (NPIX).

National Science Foundation. Funding Opportunity: NSF 23-519 Major Research Instrumentation Program. Principal Investigator:  Navid Asadi. Co-Principal Investigators:  Mark Tehranipoor, Alina Zare, Michele Manuel, R. Forghani. Project description: Grant for the acquisition of the NPIX system at the University of Florida, to be accessible to students, researchers, and industry partners, and positions…