Vinod Subramaniam has served as Rector Magnificus and member of the Executive Board of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam since 1 September 2015. The focus of his portfolio is on creating the ideal conditions for excellence in research and education. We are pleased that he has agreed to deliver the opening speech to start the day.
M. Jorge Cardoso has recently been appointed as Senior Lecturer in Artificial Medical Intelligence at King’s College London, where he leads a research portfolio on big data analytics, quantitative radiology and value based healthcare. Prior to King’s, Dr Cardoso was a Lecturer at UCL, Technical Lead of the Quantitative Radiology Initiative at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN), and Engineering Lead of the Neuro-oncology Flagship Programme at UCL, Institute of Healthcare Engineering. He has more than 12 years expertise in advanced image analysis, big data, and artificial intelligence, and co-leads the development of NiftyNet, a deep-learning platform for artificial intelligence in medical imaging. He is also a founder of BrainMiner, a medtech startup aiming to bring quantitative biomarkers and predictive models to neurological care.
Wiro Niessen is full professor in Biomedical Image Analysis at Erasmus MC, Rotterdam where he leads the Biomedical Imaging Group Rotterdam (www.bigr.nl) and at Delft University of Technology. His interest is in the development, validation and implementation of quantitative image analysis methods in clinical practice and biomedical research, in linking imaging and genetics data, radio(geno)mics, and image guided interventions. Focus areas are improved diagnosis and prognosis of neurodegenerative and cardiovascular disease, and treatment guidance in oncology by developing and using advanced medical image analysis and machine learning methods. He has published over 300 journal articles in these areas, and has a H-index of 75 (Google Scholar). In 2015 he founded the spin-off company Quantib, which is an AI company in medical imaging that develops methods to automatically extract relevant information from medical imaging data. He is currently the Scientific Lead at Quantib. In 2015 Wiro Niessen received the Simon Stevin Master award, the largest prize in the Netherlands in the field of Applied Sciences. In 2017 he was elected to the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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