MICCAI 2014 Workshop on Deep Brain Stimulation Methodological Challenges - 2nd edition
14 Sep 2014 Boston (United States)

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DBSMC-II @ MICCAI 2014

Workshop on “Deep Brain Stimulation Methodological Challenges" (2nd Edition)

Sept.14th / Boston (USA)

 

Scope

This MICCAI workshop aims at establishing a forum for discussing advanced methods related to surgical Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS). After a 1st successful edition during MICCAI 2012 that mostly focused on preoperative planning and per-operative procedures, this edition aims at discussing the potential of new imaging sequences and new types of stimulation electrodes, as well as an update on anatomo-clinical atlases.

This workshop aims at gathering researchers and clinicians in various fields such as medical image computing, computer graphics, computational modeling, computer-aided surgical planning, and interventional imaging to discuss the recent advances and the challenges to address to improve the performance of DBS interventions.

 

Topics of interests include but are not limited to: 

New pre / intra / post-op imaging modalities for DBS                                  New stimulation electrodes

New neuromodulation systems: TMS, rTMS                                               Assistance to decision making

Modeling for surgical workflow optimization                                                 DBS pre-operative planning

Biomechanical simulation of electrode deformations                                   Validation of DBS planning

Biomechanical simulation of brain shift                                                        Anatomo-functional brain atlases

Segmentation and modeling of anatomical structures of interest                Automatic identification of nuclei

Modeling of the effect of electrical stimulation                                             Modeling of surgical procedures

 

Organizers and Program Committee

Organizers

  Eric Bardinet, PhD ; Paris, France                                     Sara Fernandez Vidal, PhD ; Paris, France

  Louis Collins, PhD ; Montréal, Canada                              Claire Haegelen, MD, PhD ; Rennes, France

  Stéphane Cotin, PhD ; Ville. d'Ascq, France                      Léo Joskowicz, PhD ; Jerusalem, Israel

  Stanley Durrleman, PhD ; Paris, France                            Carine Karachi, MD, PhD ; Paris, France

  Caroline Essert, PhD ; Illkirch, France;                              Young-Soo Kim, MD, PhD ; Seoul, Korea

  Pierre Jannin, PhD ; Rennes, France;                                Maud Marchal, PhD ; Rennes, France                    

                                                                                               Terry Peters, PhD ; London, Canada

Program Committee                                                             Reuben Shamir, PhD ; Cleveland, USA            

  Silvain Bériault, PhD ; Montréal, Canada                          Jean-Philippe Thiran, PhD ; Lausanne, Switzerland 

  Christopher Butson, PhD ; Milwaukee, USA                     Marie-Laure Welter, MD, PhD ; Paris, France

  Elena De Momi, PhD ; Milan, Italy                                      Jérôme Yelnik, MD ; Paris, France

  Christian Duriez, PhD ; Ville. d'Ascq, France              

 

Submission Guidelines

We invite electronic submissions of 8-page to 10-page papers for oral or poster presentation, formatted following the same submission guidelines as the main conference MICCAI (LNCS style, anonymity for double-blind review).

Submissions must be sent on-line via the submission link of this website. 

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