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Marvelous : Second Scientific Day

October 5th, 2018

 

  • 08h30 : Welcome coffee
  • 09h00 / 09h15 : Opening by Pr M. OVIZE & Pr N. NIGHOGHOSSIAN

 

WP2a: MR Imaging of tissue damage following ischemia reperfusion: Acute Myocardial Infarction

 

  • 9h15 / 9h30 : Inflammatory biomarkers’ kinetic in STEMI patients presented by Thomas BOCHATON

  • 9h30 / 9h45 : Ischemia-reperfusion experimental models: new insights with CMR biomarkers presented by Pierre CROISILLE

 

WP2 b: MR Imaging of tissue damage following ischemia reperfusion: Ischemic Stroke

 

  • 9h45 / 10h00 : Why the translation of pre-clinical investigations to clinic failed in the field of stroke ? The fault of anesthesia ? presented by Denis VIVIEN

 

  • 10h00 / 10h15 : Cohort HIBISCUS-Stroke : update and upcoming projects presented by Tae-Hee CHO and Omer EKER

 

  • 10h15 / 10h30 : Early microvascular and blood brain barrier damage during cerebral ischemia and reperfusion. presented by E. CANET SOULAS

 

  • 10h30/ 10h45 : Characterization of a new stroke model in non-human primate presented by Océane WATEAU and Justine DEBATISSE

 

  • 10h45 / 11h05 : Coffee break

 

WP4: Development of a new post-processing method to assess Ischemia-reperfusion

 

  • 11h05 / 11h20 : Bayesian approach using a shrinkage prior model for cardiac T1 mapping presented by Timothé Boutelier (OLEA)

 

WP5: Clinical and economic impact

 

  • 11h20 / 11h35 : Identification of factors influencing the selection of initial brain imaging in acute phase of stroke presented by Anne Marie SCHOTT


External presentation by a Member of the scientific advisory board

  • 11h35 / 12h35 : Cardiovascular MRI presented by Pr Matthias STUBER
  • 12h35 / 12h45 : Closure of this day by Pr Michel OVIZE

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