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Development of Harvard Catalyst Imaging Consultation Service C. Tempany, MD; R. Kikinis, MD; R. Development of Harvard Catalyst Imaging Consultation Service C. Tempany, MD; R. Kikinis, MD; R. Gollub, MD, Ph. D; V. Humblet, Ph. D http: //catalyst. harvard. edu February 27, 2009

Agenda • • Harvard Catalyst Imaging Consortium Technology and Expertise IT Structure Why be Agenda • • Harvard Catalyst Imaging Consortium Technology and Expertise IT Structure Why be a consultant ? Educational Opportunities Contact 1

Harvard Catalyst: The Basics • We are a pan-Harvard enterprise dedicated to improving human Harvard Catalyst: The Basics • We are a pan-Harvard enterprise dedicated to improving human health by: – Creating Connections – Enabling research At the Cutting Edge of discovery – Nurturing clinical and translational researchers 2

National Effort in C/T Research Source: http: //www. ctsaweb. org/ • Member of the National Effort in C/T Research Source: http: //www. ctsaweb. org/ • Member of the NCRR Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Consortium 3

Institutions participating in Harvard CTSC Academic Healthcare Centers • • Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center Institutions participating in Harvard CTSC Academic Healthcare Centers • • Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center Brigham and Women’s Hospital Massachusetts General Hospital Children’s Hospital Boston Specialty Hospitals and Institutes • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute • Forsyth Dental Institute • Joslin Diabetes Center • Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary • Mc. Lean Hospital • Schepens Eye Research Institute Massachusetts Institutes of Technology Harvard University • Faculty of Arts and Sciences • Harvard Business School • Harvard School of Dental Medicine • Harvard Divinity School • Graduate School of Design • Graduate School of Education • Kennedy School of Government • Harvard Law School • Harvard Medical School • Harvard School of Public Health • Harvard School of Engineering Community Healthcare Institutions • Cambridge Health Alliance • HMS Department of Ambulatory Care and Prevention at Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare 4

Imaging Consortium Team Bruce Rosen, Director Randy Gollub, Co-Director Gordon J. Harris, Site Co-Director Imaging Consortium Team Bruce Rosen, Director Randy Gollub, Co-Director Gordon J. Harris, Site Co-Director Robert Lenkinski, Site Co-Director Neil Rofsky, Site Co-Director Clare Tempany, Site Co-Director Ron Kikinis, Site Co-Director Gordon Williams, PI for CTSC Translational Technologies Stephan Voss, Site Co-Director Simon Warfield, Site Co-Director Annick D. Van den Abbeele, Site Co-Director Jeff Yap, Site Co-Director Gordon J. Harris, Site Co-Director Annick D. Van den Abbeele, Site Co-Director William Hanlon, Core Manager Valerie Humblet, Imaging Liaison 5

Mission of the Imaging Consortium • Provide expert consultation and guidance to CTSC participants Mission of the Imaging Consortium • Provide expert consultation and guidance to CTSC participants in the use of imaging as part of clinical translational research • Educate and advise Harvard and the Affiliated Academic Health Centers about available imaging and image processing capabilities in the Harvard environment. 6

Harvard Catalyst website • Access to resources and profiles http: //catalyst. harvard. edu 7 Harvard Catalyst website • Access to resources and profiles http: //catalyst. harvard. edu 7

Image Consortium Consultation Service • Access to the consultation service: http: //catalyst. harvard. edu/home. Image Consortium Consultation Service • Access to the consultation service: http: //catalyst. harvard. edu/home. h tml 8

Technologies and Expertise • Cancer imaging, MRI, PET, CT, f. MRI, pediatric imaging, neuroimaging. Technologies and Expertise • Cancer imaging, MRI, PET, CT, f. MRI, pediatric imaging, neuroimaging. • Focused on assisting with planning and design of research proposals and/or methods for image analysis. • Consultation is available for the preparation of a grant or IRB submission. • We do not provide ongoing support for the implementation of new studies or the analysis of data from existing studies. 9

XNAT-PACS-i 2 b 2 Integration • IT Catalyst infrastructure: – i 2 b 2: XNAT-PACS-i 2 b 2 Integration • IT Catalyst infrastructure: – i 2 b 2: scalable computational framework to help translation of genomic findings. – BIRN: XNAT imaging informatics platform: large collections of images and study-specific metadata to be managed by image-driven clinical translational research groups. – NA-MIC: robust, open source solutions for medical image analysis, visualization and management software tools by the creation of a “desktop” version of XNAT. Key image analysis software tools: slicer. Freesurfer. 10

XNAT-PACS-i 2 b 2 Integration Dr X Desktop Pediatric rare disease PACS Dr Z XNAT-PACS-i 2 b 2 Integration Dr X Desktop Pediatric rare disease PACS Dr Z Desktop Chronic pain management Dr Y Desktop Alzheimer XNAT Enterprise Annotating Genomic Data #2 Project Management Natural Language Processing Identity Management Data Repository (CRC) Annotating Genomic Data #1 PACS De Identification Of data File Repository Ontology Management Dr W Desktop Quantitative cancer biomarkers Workflow Framework Correlation Analysis i 2 b 2 HIVE Slicer: Data visualization analysis 11

Becoming an Imaging Consultant • Potential benefits of being an active collaborator: – Good Becoming an Imaging Consultant • Potential benefits of being an active collaborator: – Good framework for research – Research opportunities through collaborations – Meeting experts out of radiology – Networking with imaging cores outside of Boston • Example: standardization of physiologic monitoring system for f. MRI 12

Educational Opportunities proposal • Nanocourse: Imaging 101 • More advanced classes: – Tumor metrics Educational Opportunities proposal • Nanocourse: Imaging 101 • More advanced classes: – Tumor metrics – Radiation safety issues for IRB submission – Hands-on classes on data analysis – Imaging perfusion – Example: www. namic. org/Wiki/images/8/8 b/Slicer 3 Training_Change. Tracker. ppt 13

http: //catalyst. harvard. edu Image_Consult@catalyst. harvard. edu www. na-mic. org/Wiki/index. php/Collaboration: Harvard_CTSC 14 http: //catalyst. harvard. edu [email protected] harvard. edu www. na-mic. org/Wiki/index. php/Collaboration: Harvard_CTSC 14