Agenda & Handouts

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, October 18-Sunday, October 20, 2019 • New Orleans, Louisiana
Presented in conjunction with CHEST Annual Meeting 2019


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Friday, October 18

All sessions take place in Room 397, except as noted

A.M.

8:00
Opening Ceremony –
Talissa Altes, MD

SESSION 1: Technical Advances in Functional Imaging
Moderators: Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, MD; Mitch Albert, PhD

8:10
Future Developments of Functional Imaging – Edwin van Beek, MD, PhD
Handout

8:30
Current Progress in 19F Lung MRI – Mitch Albert, PhD

8:50
Phase-Resolved Functional Lung (PREFUL) 1H MRI – Andreas Voskrebenzev, PhD

9:00
Discussion

9:20
Methods for Dissolved Phase Xenon Imaging – Guilhem Collier, PhD

9:30
Deep Learning in IPF – Stephen Humphries, PhD
Handout

9:50
Discussion

10:10
Exhibit and Poster Break – Room: 398-399
YIA Poster Session  

SESSION 2: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 1
Moderators: Stephen Humphries, PhD; Ki Yeol Lee, MD

10:40
Introduction: Critical Clinical Issues in COPD – Darcy Marciniuk, MD

11:00
CT Quantification of the Lungs: Parenchymal, Airway and Vascular Assessment – Jean-Paul Charbonnier, PhD

11:20
CT Biomarkers of COPD – Miranda Kirby, PhD

11:30
Discussion

11:50
Lunch (on your own)

P.M.

Young Investigator Abstracts
Moderators: Talissa Altes, MD; Mark Schiebler, MD 

1:00
Severe Asthma: Where Do the Airways Go and Does It Matter?
YIA Candidate: Rachel Eddy, BEng
1:12
Discussion

1:20
Non-Contrast Enhanced Ventilation and Perfusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Early Cystic Fibrosis Lung Disease
YIA Candidate: Sonja Gehlen
1:32
Discussion

1:40 
Quantitative Lung Density Abnormalities on Ultrashort Echo-Time MRI Correlate with Short-Term Respiratory Outcomes in Neonatal Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
YIA Candidate: Nara Higano, PhD
1:52
Discussion   

SESSION 3: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 2
Moderators: Bastiaan Driehuys, MD; Sang Min Lee, MD

2:00
Endobronchial Valves for COPD: Imaging Requirements – Jonathan Goldin, MD, PhD
Handout

2:20
Hyperpolarized Gases in COPD: Exacerbation Prediction – Grace Parraga, PhD

2:40
Cardiopulmonary Axis in COPD – Jens Vogel-Claussen, MD

3:00
Discussion

3:20
Exhibit and Poster Break – Room: 398-399
YIA Poster Session
  

SESSION 4: IPF and Other ILD
Moderators: David Lynch, MD; Tae Iwasawa, MD

4:00
Emerging Treatments in IPF – Mary Beth Scholand, MD

4:20
Quantitative Imaging of IPF – Joon Beom Seo, MD

4:40
Hyperpolarized Gas Imaging in IPF – Jim Wild, PhD

5:00
Discussion   

6:00 – 9:00
Reception and Rapid Fire Poster Session – Hampton Inn

Poster Presenters
1- Arved Bischoff
Quantification of Tracheal Collapsibility by Time-Resolved Low dose 4DCT of the Whole Chest and Correlation with Conventional Pulmonary Function Tests

2- Young-Gon Kim
Short-Term Reproducibility of Pulmonary Nodule Detection in Chest Radiographs: Comparison Among Radiogists and Four Different Computer-Aided Detections with Convolutional Nerual Net

3- Simon Triphan
Correlation of Echo-Time Dependent Observed T1 and Clinical Indicators in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis

4- Patricia Leutz-Schmidt
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Detects Bronchial Artery Dilatation in Cystic Fibrosis

5- Ummul Afia Shammi
Comparison of Hyperpolarized 3HE and 129XE MR Imaging in Cystic Fibrosis Patients
Handout

6- Jiwoong Choi
Prone Posture Neutralizing Regional Lung Function Differences on Matched Inspiration-Expiration CT Imaging Registration in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Patients

7- J.D. Peiffer
Hyperpolarized 129XE MRI and 99MTC Spect in Lungs: A Quantitative Comparison

 

Saturday, October 19

A.M.

8:00
Introduction to the Day

8:05
The Gefter-Hatabu Young Investigator Award Announcement

8:10
Presentation of John West Award

8:15
Keynote Address: Reflections on Functional Lung Imaging: A Personal Memoir and Tribute to Dr. John West –
Warren Gefter, MD

SESSION 5: Asthma
Moderators: Grace Parraga, MD; Jens Vogel-Claussen, MD

8:40
Imaging and Histopathology of Vaping Injuries to the Lung: Preliminary Experience – Mark Schiebler, MD
Handout

9:00
Hyperpolarized Gases in Asthma – Sean Fain, PhD, MPH
Handout

9:20
Ventilation Heterogeneity Measures by HHe-3
MRI Are Consistent and Identify a Morbid Type II Phenotype in Children with Asthma – W. Gerald Teague, MD

9:30
Discussion

9:50
New Therapeutics and Role of Functional Imaging – Mario Castro, MD

10:10
Vascular Pruning and Mucus Plugging on CT in Asthma – Sam Ash, MD

10:20
Pulmonary MRI with Hyperpolarized Xenon-129 Demonstrates Novel Alterations in Gas Transfer Across the Air-Blood Barrier in Asthma – Kun Qing, PhD
Handout

10:30
Discussion

10:50
Exhibit and Poster Break – Room: 398-399

Abstracts
Moderators: Grace Parraga, MD; Jens Vogel-Claussen, MD

11:20
Ventilation Defect Percent from Hyperpolarized Helium-3 MRI is Predictive of Asthma Exacerbations with Acute Respiratory Symptoms – Katherine Carey, MD
11:27
Discussion

11:30
Bronchial Thermoplasty Effect on Ventilation Guided by Hyperpolarized 129XE MRI in Severe Asthma – Chase Hall, MD
11:37
Discussion

11:40
COPD Patients Have Less Complex Airway Trees than Normal Subjects – Jeongeun Hwang, PhD
11:47
Discussion

11:50
FDMRI Perfusion Defects in COPD: Function Follows Form? – Alexander Matheson, MD
11:57
Discussion

P.M.

12:00
Lunch (on your own)

SESSION 6: Lung Cancer
Moderators: Nichole Tanner, MD; Jin Mo Goo, MD, PhD

1:00
Current Issues with Lung Cancer Screening – Nichole Tanner, MD
Handout

1:20
MRI of Lung Cancer – Jürgen Biederer, MD
Dr. Biederer is willing to share his presentation with IWPFI attendees; please send a request to cme@health.missouri.edu

1:40
Lung Nodule Evaluation with AI – Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, MD

2:00
Lung Cancer Staging: Anything New? – Jin Mo Goo, MD, PhD

2:20
Discussion

Abstracts
Moderators: Nichole Tanner, MD; Jin Mo Goo, MD, PhD

2:40
Genetic Association Study of Chronic
Obstructive Pulmonary Disease on Computed Tomography-Based Quantitative Analysis: The Korean

Genome and Epidemiology Study (KoGES) – Soriul Kim, PhD
2:47
Discussion

2:50
Hyperpolarized XE-129 MRI Measures
of Gas Exchange in Non-Specific Interstitial Pneumonia
– David Mummy, PhD
2:57
Discussion

3:00
Exhibit and Poster Break – Room: 398-399

SESSION 7: Pulmonary Vascular Disease
Moderators: Victor Test, MD; Joon Beom Seo, MD

3:30
Current Emerging Therapies – Victor Test, MD
Handout

3:50
Imaging of Pulmonary Hypertension – David Levin, MD, PhD
Handout

4:10
Cardiopulmonary Metrics as Indices of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension – Andrew Swift, MD
Handout

4:30
Hyperpolarized 129XE MRI to Distinguish and Understand Pulmonary Vascular Diseases – Bastiaan Driehuys, MD, PhD
Handout

4:50
Discussion and Adjourn

 

Sunday, October 20

Interstitial Lung Abnormalities: Joint Session with CHEST and the Fleischner Society

A.M.

Room: 386
Accreditation for this session provided by CHEST
7:30
Interstitial Lung Abnormalities: Radiologic Aspects – David Lynch, MD

8:00
Interstitial Lung Abnormalities: Clinical Aspects – Kevin Brown, MD

8:15
Illustative Cases – Suhail Raoof, MD; David Lynch, MD; Kevin Brown, MD

SESSION 8: Rare Lung Diseases/Pediatric Lung Disease
Moderators: Jim Wild, MD; Yasutaka Nakano, MD, PhD

9:00
Clinical Overview of Rare Lung Diseases – Nishant Gupta, MD

9:20
CT of Rare Lung Disease – Cris Meyer, MD

9:40
CT of Other Fibrotic and Non-fibrotic Lung Diseases – Jonathan Chung, MD

10:00
Discussion

10:25
MRI in Cystic Fibrosis – Mark Wielpütz, MD, PhD

10:45
MRI in Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia – Jason Woods, PhD

11:05
Longitudinal MRI in Cystic Fibrosis – Jim Wild, PhD

11:15
Discussion

Abstracts
Moderators: Jim Wild, MD; Yasutaka Nakano, MD, PhD

11:35
The Effect of the Effect of Airway Motion on Work of Breathing Neonates – Chamindu Gunatilaka
Discussion

11:45 
Lung Perfusion Indices in Adult Survivors of Prematurity – Gregory P. Barton, PhD
Discussion

11:55
Wrap-up and Adjourn


  • PRESENTED BY:
    MU School of Medicine | Department of Radiology | MU Center for Continuing Medical Education & Physician Lifelong Learning