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Action Items (details below)

  1. All site representatives please respond to Ann/Zeke as they compile the level of detail requested from CTSC Central for your imaging facilities.

Harvard Translational Imaging Consortium Meeting Minutes July 29, 2008

In Attendance (by T-con):

  • Bruce Rosen
  • Bill Hanlon
  • Randy Gollub
  • Clare Tempany
  • Ron Kikinis
  • Ann
  • Zeke

1. RSNA sponsored CTSC connection

Annick is nominated to represent our Consortium at the ACRIN meeting in October. This needs to be confirmed upon her return. Bill agreed to represent us on Neuroinformatics subgroup calls and Randy agreed to represent us for Education subgroup calls.

2. Education Program
Jim Ware (head of CTSC Biostatistics), David Golan (head of CTSC Education), Mark Vangel, Randy Gollub meeting Tuesday August 5th to discuss the logistics and "big picture" of how our group will work with their programs. Several ideas were presented for who else in our imaging community might be available to teach relevant material. Elk Halpern was mentioned as was Clare Constantine Gatsonis (ACRIN biostatstican who works at Brown but lives in Boston and occaisionally visits BWH). Also wondered about an imaging track within the CTSC sponsored K-level training grants.

3. Curation of Site Resources
Feedback from the Navigators is that our proposed ideas for what data to compile was more sophisticated and detailed than is needed for the immediate roll out of the Catalyst website. They have come back to us with a simplified spreadsheet of fields of information that they believe is the appropriate approach for their initial cataloging effort. Ann and Zeke will work with each of our site representatives to ensure that this data is captured. Please give them your help when it is requested. We agreed to continue in our efforts to collate our imaging resources using the wiki to help us guide our plans for the consult service and other offerings we may chose to deliver.