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									S TA N F O R D            RADIOLOGY



The Stanford Department of Radiology Presents             2009
Stanford MRI Courses This Fall



19TH ANNUAL CURRENT                         8TH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM
CONCEPTS OF MAGNETIC                        ON ADVANCES IN BREAST MRI
RESONANCE IMAGING                           October 22-24, 2009
October 12-15, 2009                         Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
Monterey Plaza Hotel                        Las Vegas, Nevada
Monterey, California




SPONSORED BY THE STANFORD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
19TH ANNUAL                        STATEMENT OF NEED
                                   Magnetic resonance imaging is in a state of
CURRENT                            constant advancement as new techniques are
                                   developed to improve patient care. These new
CONCEPTS OF                        techniques result in improved image quality,
                                   improved diagnostic and treatment therapies,
MAGNETIC                           and a decrease in the amount of time it takes to
                                   scan patients. The intent of this course is to
RESONANCE                          address the need for practicing radiologists and
                                   technologists to gain an understanding of the
IMAGING                            physics and engineering of MRI. Because many
                                   physicians do not have a strong physics
                                   background but are well-versed in the clinical
October 12-15, 2009                aspects of MRI, this information will be
                                   presented in a format that is comprehensible to
Monterey Plaza Hotel               those with a limited background in physics.
Monterey, California               TARGET AUDIENCE
                                   This course is designed to address the needs of       FACULTY
                                   individuals with an interest in the fundamental
                                   principles and clinical applications of MRI. The      Stanford School of Medicine Faculty:
                                   target audience is comprised of practicing            Roland Bammer, PhD
                                   radiologists, other physicians, researchers, and      Assistant Professor
                                   radiologic technologists who are interested in        Christopher F. Beaulieu, MD, PhD
                                   the evolving technology and applications of MRI.      Professor of Radiology
                                   The material requires some background                 Chief of Musculoskeletal Radiology
                                   knowledge and may be challenging for those            Bruce L. Daniel, MD
                                   without any familiarity with MRI.                     Associate Professor of Radiology
                                                                                         Chief, Breast MRI Service
                                   LEARNING OBJECTIVES
                                                                                         Nancy Fischbein, MD
                                   At the conclusion of this activity, participants      Associate Professor of Radiology
                                   should be able to:                                    Gary H. Glover, PhD
                                   • Summarize the basic NMR and MRI physical prin-      Professor of Radiology
                                     ciples and their application in clinical practice   Director, Radiological Sciences Laboratory
                                   • Employ current diagnostic MRI advancements          Garry E. Gold, MD
                                     for faster and enhanced image quality to diag-      Associate Professor of Radiology
                                     nose and treat disease                              Robert J. Herfkens, MD
                                   • Optimize MRI image contrast through                 Professor of Radiology
                                     improved analysis of physical mechanisms and        R. Kim Butts Pauly, PhD
                                     physiological processes of musculoskeletal          Associate Professor of Radiology
                                     MSK MRI imaging                                     Norbert Pelc, ScD
COURSE DIRECTORS                   • Employ faster imaging strategies and contrast       Professor of Radiology and Bioengineering
Brian Hargreaves, PhD                manipulation methods to improve MRI per-             and, by courtesy, of Electrical Engineering
                                     formance                                            Associate Chair of Research
Assistant Professor of Radiology   • Incorporate new techniques into clinical MRI        Brian K. Rutt, PhD
Stanford University School of        scanning protocols and evaluate their poten-        Professor of Radiology
  Medicine                           tial impact on neurological practices               F. Graham Sommer, MD
                                   • Implement MRI for advanced cardiac imaging          Professor of Radiology
Michael E. Moseley, PhD            • Implement MRI for advanced body and breast          Daniel M. Spielman, PhD
Professor of Radiology               MRI                                                 Associate Professor of Radiology
Stanford University School of      • Utilize MRI for advanced clinical neuroimaging      Shreyas Vasanawala, MD, PhD
  Medicine                         • Analyze and appropriately manage MRI safety         Assistant Professor of Radiology
                                     issues                                              Greg Zaharchuk, MD, PhD
                                                                                         Assistant Professor of Radiology
                                   ACCREDITATION
                                                                                         Faculty Disclosure: The Stanford University
                                   The Stanford University School of Medicine is
                                   accredited by the Accreditation Council for           School of Medicine adheres to ACCME Essential
                                   Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to               Areas, Standards, and Policies regarding industry
                                   provide continuing medical education for              support of continuing medical education. Disclo-
                                   physicians.                                           sure of faculty and commercial relationships will
                                                                                         be made known prior to the activity. Speakers are
                                   CREDIT DESIGNATION:                                   required to openly disclose any limitations of
                                                                                         data and/or any discussion of any off-label, ex-
                                   Stanford University School of Medicine
                                                                                         perimental, or investigational uses of drugs or
                                   designates this educational activity for a
                                   maximum of 22.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.         devices in their presentations.
                                   Physicians should only claim credit
                                   commensurate with the extent of their                 For tuition, registration, travel,
                                   participation in the activity.                        accommodations and activities informa-
                                   Technologists: Please check our website for an        tion please see back of brochure.
                                   update on the number of ARRT Category A CE
                                   credits this course has been approved for.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2009                          8:30-9:00      Diffusion and Perfusion MRI   12:00-1:30       Recess for Lunch
7:00-7:45 am   Registration &                                    Michael E. Moseley, PhD       1:30-2:00        MR of the Abdomen
               Continental Breakfast              9:00-9:30      Functional Neuroimaging                        Bruce L. Daniel, MD
7:45-8:00      Welcome                                           Gary H. Glover, PhD           2:00-2:30        MR of the Prostate
               Brian Hargreaves, PhD, and         9:30-10:00     Arterial Spin-Labeling                         Bruce L. Daniel, MD
               Michael E. Moseley, PhD                           Greg Zaharchuk, MD, PhD       2:30-3:00        Body MR: Upcoming
8:00-8:30      Spin Dynamics                      10:00-10:10    Discussion and Q&A                             Techniques and Applications
               Brian Hargreaves, PhD                             Faculty                                        Bruce L. Daniel, MD
8:30-9:00      Imaging Tissue Contrast            10:10-10:30    Coffee Break                  3:00-3:05        Q&A
               Michael E. Moseley, PhD            10:30-11:15    Vascular Imaging of the CNS                    Faculty
9:00-9:30      MR Hardware and Sequence                          Greg Zaharchuk, MD, PhD       3:05-3:15        Coffee Break
               Design                             11:15-12:00 pm Spine MRI                     3:15-4:00        Body MR Cases Workshop
               Daniel M. Spielman, PhD                           Nancy Fischbein, MD                            Faculty
9:30-10:00     K-space and Image Formation        12:00-1:30     Recess for Lunch
               R. Kim Butts Pauly, PhD            1:30-2:15      Advanced Neuroimaging         THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2009
10:00-10:10    Discussion and Q&A                                Greg Zaharchuk, MD, PhD       7:30-8:00 am   Continental Breakfast
               Faculty                            2:15-3:00      Head and Neck Imaging         SESSION:       CARDIAC MR
10:10-10:30    Coffee Break                                      Nancy Fischbein, MD           8:00-8:45      Current MR Safety Practices
10:30-11:15    Spin-Echo Family Sequences         3:00-3:05      Q&A                                          Robert J. Herfkens, MD
               R. Kim Butts Pauly, PhD                           Faculty                       8:45-9:15      Concepts in Cardiac MR
11:15-12:00 pm Gradient-Echo Family               3:05-3:15      Coffee Break                                 Norbert Pelc, ScD
               Sequences                          3:15-4:00      Neuro Cases Workshop          9:15-10:00     Clinical Cardiac MR
               Brian Hargreaves, PhD                             Faculty                                      Robert J. Herfkens, MD
12:00-1:30     Recess for Lunch                                                                10:00-10:10    Discussion and Q&A
SESSION:       MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING            WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2009                                 Faculty
1:30-2:15      Knee MRI                           7:30-8:00 am   Continental Breakfast         10:10-10:30    Coffee Break
               Christopher F. Beaulieu, MD, PhD   SESSION:       BODY MR                       10:30-11:15    Peripheral Vascular MRI
2:15-3:00      Advanced MSK MR                    8:00-8:45      MR Artifacts                                 Shreyas Vasanawala, MD, PhD
               Garry E. Gold, MD                                 Norbert Pelc, ScD             11:15-11:45    MR Molecular Imaging
3:00-3:05      Q&A                                8:45-9:15      Body MR Concepts                             Brian Rutt, PhD
               Faculty                                           Brian Hargreaves, PhD         11:45-12:30 pm Making Intelligent Decisions
3:05-3:15      Coffee Break                       9:15-10:00     Pelvis MR                                    Regarding MRI Scanners
3:15-4:00      MSK Cases Workshop                                F. Graham Sommer, MD                         Faculty
               Faculty                            10:00-10:10    Discussion and Q&A            12:30-1:00     Q&A, Conclusion, and Wrap-Up
                                                                 Faculty                                      Faculty
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2009                         10:10-10:30    Coffee Break
7:30-8:00 am   Continental Breakfast              10:30-11:15    MR of the Breast              All lectures will be held in the meeting rooms of the
SESSION:       NEUROIMAGING                                      Bruce L. Daniel, MD           Monterey Plaza Hotel. Registration and check-in will
8:00-8:30      High Field MR and Parallel         11:15-12:00 pm Renal MRI                     begin at 7:00 am on Monday, October 12th, 2009.
               Imaging                                           F. Graham Sommer, MD
               Roland Bammer, PhD
8TH ANNUAL                          COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:
SYMPOSIUM ON                        • Faculty Comprised of Leading Experts in Breast Imaging
ADVANCES IN                         • Dedicated Breakout Sessions for Practicing Physicians and
BREAST MRI                            Technologists for Focused Learning
October 22-24, 2009                 • Residents and Fellows Lunch: Getting a Great Job Doing
Encore at Wynn Las Vegas              Breast MRI
Las Vegas, Nevada
                                    STATEMENT OF NEED                                      FACULTY
                                    MRI has become an increasingly influential             Maurice van den Bosch, MD, PhD
                                    adjunct to mammography and ultrasound in               Radiologist
                                    detecting breast cancer. MRI is now being used         Department of Radiology
                                    to grade biopsies and stage patients. Studies          University Medical Center Utrecht
                                    have shown that breast MRI, especially in high         William Faulkner, BS, RT(R)(MR)(CT), FSMRT
                                    risk patients, is proving to be an important tool      William Faulkner & Associates, LLC
                                    for breast cancer screening. While breast MRI is       Brian Hargreaves, PhD
                                    catching on, its utilization is just beginning, pri-   Assistant Professor of Radiology
                                    marily because the exam is more complicated,           Stanford University School of Medicine
                                    time-consuming and expensive. This course will         Robert J. Herfkens, MD
                                    provide critical education for utilizing and opti-     Professor of Radiology
                                    mizing breast MR in your practice.                     Associate Chair for Clinical Technology
                                                                                           Director of MRI
                                    TARGET AUDIENCE                                        Stanford University School of Medicine
                                    This course is intended for practicing                 Elizabeth A. Morris, MD
                                    radiologists, radiologic technologists, nurses,        Associate Professor or Radiology
                                    physician assistants, radiology fellows, scientists,   Director, Breast MRI
                                    and all others interested in advanced                  Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital, New York, NY
                                    applications within the field of breast MRI.           Teresa Nelson, RT(R)(MR)
                                                                                           MRI Supervisor, ARRT
                                    LEARNING OBJECTIVES                                    Department of Radiology
                                    At the conclusion of this activity, participants       Stanford University School of Medicine
                                    should be able to:                                     Bruce A. Porter, MD, FACR
                                    • Analyze the recent technical and clinical            Medical Director
                                      advances and challenges in breast MRI                Swedish-First Hill Diagnostic Imaging
COURSE DIRECTORS                                                                           Clinical Associate Professor
                                    • Evaluate the current evidence-based clinical
Bruce L. Daniel, MD                   indications for use of breast MRI in cancer          University of Washington
                                      detection, staging and monitoring response to        Clinical Staff, Swedish Hospital, Seattle WA
Associate Professor of Radiology                                                           Affiliate Investigator Fred Huchinson Cancer
                                      therapy
Chief, Breast MRI Service                                                                  Research Center
                                    • Perform and interpret breast MRI exams
Stanford University School of         utilizing current techniques and protocols           Mitchell D. Schnall, MD, PhD
  Medicine                                                                                 Professor of Radiology
                                    • Optimize breast MRI through correlation with
                                                                                           Associate Chair of Research
                                      ultrasound and mammography
Debra M. Ikeda, MD                  • Implement interventional techniques for
                                                                                           Department of Radiology
Professor of Radiology                                                                     University of Pennsylvania
                                      biopsy utilizing breast MRI
Director of Breast Imaging          • Distinguish the advantages and disadvantages         Faculty Disclosure: The Stanford University
Stanford University School of         of 3T vs. 1.5T for performing breast MRI             School of Medicine adheres to ACCME Essential
  Medicine                                                                                 Areas, Standards, and Policies regarding industry
                                    ACCREDITATION                                          support of continuing medical education. Disclo-
                                    The Stanford University School of Medicine is          sure of faculty and commercial relationships will
DIRECTOR OF                                                                                be made known prior to the activity. Speakers
                                    accredited by the Accreditation Council for Con-
TECHNOLOGIST SYMPOSIUM              tinuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide           are required to openly disclose any limitations of
Anne Marie Sawyer, BS, RT(R)        continuing medical education for physicians.           data and/or any discussion of any off-label,
                                                                                           experimental, or investigational uses of drugs or
(MR), FSMRT                         CREDIT DESIGNATION:                                    devices in their presentations.
Manager, MR Whole Body              Stanford University School of Medicine desig-
  Research Systems                  nates this educational activity for a maximum of       For tuition, registration, travel,
Radiological Sciences Laboratory,   16.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians          accommodations and activities informa-
                                    should only claim credit commensurate with the         tion please see back of brochure.
  Richard M. Lucas Center           extent of their participation in this activity.
  for Imaging                       Technologists: Please check our website for an
Stanford University School of       update on the number of ARRT Category A CE
  Medicine                          credits this course has been approved for.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2009                        LATE AM SESSION: BREAST MRI IN PRACTICE             SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2009
7:30-8:00 am  Registration & Check-in,            9:45-10:15    Safety and NSF Update                 7:30-8:00 am Continental Breakfast
              Continental Breakfast                             Robert J. Herfkens, MD                EARLY AM SESSION: 3 TESLA BREAST MRI
EARLY AM SESSION: LATEST ADVANCES                 10:15-10:45   Growing a Successful Breast           8:00-8:30     Physics of 3T vs. 1.5T Breast MRI
IN BREAST MRI                                                   MRI Practice                                        Brian Hargreaves, PhD
                                                                Bruce A. Porter, MD, FACR             8:30-9:00     Cases: Clinical Use of 3T
8:00-8:30     Pre-Test: What Do You Know?
              Debra M. Ikeda, MD                  10:45-11:15   MRI of Silicone Breast                              Breast MRI
                                                                Augmentation and                                    Maurice van den Bosch, MD, PhD
8:30-9:00     The Top 5 Technical Advances in
                                                                Reconstruction                        9:00-9:30     Back to the Future: Breast MRI
              the Past 2 Years that will Affect
                                                                Bruce L. Daniel, MD                                 without Gadolinium?
              your Practice
              Mitchell D. Schnall, MD, PhD        11:15-11:45   Discussion/Q & A                                    Bruce L. Daniel, MD
9:00-9:30     The Top 5 Clinical Advances in      11:45-1:15 pm Lunch                                 9:30-9:45     Coffee Break
              the Past 2 Years that will Affect   Residents and Fellows brown bag lunch:              LATE AM SESSION: CASE-BASED LEARNING:
              your Practice                       “Getting a Great Job Doing Breast MRI”              CHALLENGES IN BREAST MRI
              Elizabeth A. Morris, MD             A discussion lead by Dr. Elizabeth Morris           9:45-10:15    Beyond the Breast: Nodes,
9:30-9:45     Coffee Break                                                                                          Incidental Findings, and Whole
LATE AM SESSION: CASE BASED LEARNING:             EARLY PM SESSION: CASE-BASED LEARNING:                            Body Staging with Diffusion-
BREAST MRI INTERPRETATION                         MULTIMODALITY APPROACH                                            Weighted Imaging
9:45-10:15    Using the ACR Breast MRI            Technologist Breakout Session begins                              Bruce A. Porter, MD, FACR
              Lexicon                             (See Program Box Below)                             10:15-10:45   Stump the Experts
              Mitchell D. Schnall, MD, PhD        1:15-1:45      DCIS                                 Moderator:    Robert J. Herfkens, MD
10:15-10:45   Dynamic Contrast Enhanced                          Bruce A. Porter, MD, FACR                          All Faculty
              MRI – Analysis and Use of           1:45-2:15      Tough Cases: When Not to Use         10:45-11:15   Post-Test: What Have You
              Workstations                                       Breast MRI                                         Learned?
              Maurice van den Bosch, MD, PhD                     Elizabeth A. Morris, MD                            Debra M. Ikeda, MD
10:45-11:15   Tough Cases – Teasing out a         2:15-2:45      Multi-Modality 3D Imaging:           11:15-11:45   Discussion/Q & A
              Diagnosis from Equivocal                           Correlation of MR and Automated
              Findings: When to use BIRADS                       3D Breast Ultrasound                 All sessions will be held in the meeting rooms of the
              0 and 3                                            Bruce A. Porter, MD, FACR            Encore Hotel. Registration and check-in will begin at
              Mitchell D. Schnall, MD, PhD        2:45-3:00      Coffee Break                         7:30 am on Thursday, October 22nd, 2009.
11:15-11:45   Discussion/Q & A                    LATE PM SESSION: HOT TOPICS IN BREAST MRI
11:45-1:15 pm Lunch                               3:00-3:30      Second-Look Sonography
EARLY PM SESSION: TECHNIQUES FOR BREAST MRI                      after MRI
1:15-1:45     Physics of Breast MRI                              Debra M. Ikeda, MD
              Brian Hargreaves, PhD               3:30-4:00      MRI-Digital Mammo
1:45-2:15     Protocols Session                                  Comparison and Correlation
Moderator:    Robert J. Herfkens, MD                             Debra M. Ikeda, MD
              All Faculty                         4:00-4:30      Jeopardy Game: A Fast-Paced
2:15-2:45     Artifacts                                          Overview of Breast MRI
              Brian Hargreaves, PhD                              Interpretation
2:45-3:00     Coffee Break                                       Bruce L. Daniel, MD
                                                  4:30-5:00      Discussion/Q & A
LATE PM SESSION: EVIDENCE-BASED BREAST MRI
3:00-3:30     Cancer Detection: Update on         Technologist Breakout Session
              Surveillance and Screening          1:15-1:45      Basics of Diagnostic MRI for
              with MR                                            Breast Disease
              Elizabeth A. Morris, MD                            Anne Marie Sawyer, BS, RT(R)(MR),
3:30-4:00     Staging MRI: Impact and                            FSMRT
              Controversies                       1:45-2:15      Anatomy, Physiology &
              Mitchell D. Schnall, MD, PhD                       Pathology of the Breast
4:00-4:30     Therapy: The Role of MRI in                        Debra M. Ikeda, MD
              Managing Chemotherapy and           2:15-2:45      MRI Contrast Agents & Analysis
              Radiation Therapy                                  of Uptake in CAD
              Maurice van den Bosch, MD, PhD                     William Faulkner, BS,
4:30-5:00     Discussion/Q & A                                   RT(R)(MR)(CT), FSMRT
                                                  2:45-3:00      Coffee Break
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2009                          3:00-3:30      MRI-Guided Breast Biopsy
7:30-8:00 am Continental Breakfast                               Teresa Nelson, RT(R)(MR)
                                                  3:30-4:00      Advanced MRI Techniques of
EARLY AM SESSION: MRI-GUIDED INTERVENTIONS                       the Breast
8:00-8:30     Grid-Based Biopsy – Techniques                     William Faulkner, BS,
              and Tough Cases: Concordance                       RT(R)(MR)(CT), FSMRT
              of Biopsy Results and MRI           4:00-4:30      The Technologist for Breast MRI
              Elizabeth A. Morris, MD                            and MRI-Guided Biopsy
8:30-9:00     Freehand Biopsy – Techniques                       Elizabeth A. Morris, MD
              and Tough Cases                     4:30-5:00      Current Technical Challenges of
              Bruce L. Daniel, MD                                Breast MRI
9:00-9:30     New Techniques: Ablation and                       Brian Hargreaves, PhD
              Other Novel MRI-Guided              5:00-6:00      Wine & Cheese Reception
              Therapies                                          Faculty and Technologist Attendees
              Maurice van den Bosch, MD, PhD
9:30-9:45     Coffee Break
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    19TH ANNUAL CURRENT CONCEPTS                                                      8TH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM
    OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING                                                     ON ADVANCES IN BREAST MRI
    October 12-15, 2009                                                               October 22-24, 2009
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19TH ANNUAL CURRENT CONCEPTS OF                                                    8TH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM ON
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING                                                         ADVANCES IN BREAST MRI
October 12-15, 2009                                                                October 22-24, 2009
Monterey Plaza Hotel, Monterey, CA                                                 Encore at the Wynn Las Vegas, Nevada




Upcoming Stanford Radiology Continuing Medical Education Courses

2009                                                         2010
May 19-22, 2009               October 12-15, 2009            January 4-8, 2010             March 2010                      July 26-29, 2010
11th Annual International     19th Annual Current            19th Annual Winter            11th Annual Advanced            4th Annual LAVA: Latest
Symposium on                  Concepts of Magnetic           Diagnostic Imaging            Breast Imaging and              Advances in interVentionAl
Multidetector-Row CT          Resonance Imaging              Update                        Interventions                   techniques
Hyatt Regency San Francisco   Monterey Plaza Hotel and Spa   Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch   Las Vegas, Nevada               Hyatt Regency Maui, Hawaii
July 27-30, 2009              Monterey, California           Beaver Creek, Colorado        March 22-26, 2010               October 2010
3rd Annual LAVA: Latest       October 22-24, 2009            February 11-13, 2010          19th Annual Diagnostic          9th Annual Symposium on
Advances in interVentionAl    8th Annual Symposium on        5th Annual Symposium on       Imaging Update on Maui          Advances in Breast MRI
techniques                    Advances in Breast MRI         PET/CT and Molecular          Kea Lani Hotel, Maui, Hawaii    Las Vegas, Nevada
Hyatt Regency Maui,           Encore at Wynn Las Vegas       Imaging                       July 13-16, 2010
Hawaii                                                       Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas,    Summer Diagnostic
                                                             Nevada                        Imaging Update
                                                                                           Four Seasons Whistler, Canada

								
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