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Oct 26, 2022 Meeting

October 26, 2022 | 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Student Center Glasscock Ballroom (SC 311)

Wed. Oct. 26

Student Center Glasscock Ballroom. Location: SC 311. 2121 Euclid Avenue,. Cleveland, OH 44115
Map of CSU with Student Center and parking options

4:30-5:30pm Executive Committee Meeting

5:30-6:30pm Social/Networking time

6:30-7:15pm Buffet Dinner

7:15pm: Presentation:

Satish E. Viswanath, PhD, SM-IEEE, SM-NAI, SM-SPIE, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering | Radiology | ECSE, Member, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, Case Western Reserve University

Radiomics and AI: Designing computational imaging models for precision medicine

Dr. Satish E. Viswanath currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University; with secondary appointments in the departments of Radiology and Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering. The primary focus of his research has been developing new artificial intelligence, radiomics, and machine learning schemes, applied to problems in computer-aided diagnosis & detection, disease characterization, as well as quantitative evaluation of response to treatment, in gastrointestinal cancers and digestive diseases. He has authored over 35 peer-reviewed journal publications, nearly 90 conference papers & abstracts, 1 book chapter, as well as delivered over 50 invited talks and panel discussions both in the US and abroad. Additionally, he has 7 issued patents in the areas of medical image analysis, computer-aided diagnosis, and pattern recognition. He serves as Associate Editor for 4 leading journal publications, as Area Chair in 3 medical imaging conferences, and as co-leader of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Machine Learning Working Group. In 2020, he was named as one of Crain’s Business Cleveland “40 under 40”. Most recently, he was elected to Senior Member of the National Academy of Inventors, the IEEE society, and the SPIE society in 2022. His group’s research in colorectal cancers and digestive diseases has received funding through the DOD/CDMRP, the NIH (NCI, NIDDK), as well as the State of Ohio.