Professor Medical Physics Department, University of Wisconsin
Participants should be aware of the following financial/non-financial relationships:
Helen Feltovich, MD, MS: Disclosure information not submitted.
Timothy J. Hall, PhD, FAIUM: Disclosure information not submitted.
Describe how biomechanical modeling can identify how multiple pregnancy tissues contribute to both maintaining a fetus in utero and facilitating its delivery
Discuss artificial intelligence/ machine learning approaches to analyzing obstetrical imaging, and other, biomarkers
Explain why solving complex clinical problems such as preterm birth requires cooperation between many areas of basic and clinical sciences
4:20 PM – 4:50 PM
Using AI and Machine Learning to Mine Imaging Data
4:50 PM – 5:20 PM
Finishing at the Top: Combining Macrostructure From B-Mode Images of the Uterus and Cervix and Cervical Microstructure From Quantitative Ultrasound for a Comprehensive Picture of Uterine Behavior in Pregnancy