Invitation to Upcoming NISS/Merck Meet-Up and a New Competition for Graduate Students - PLEASE FORWARD

Hi everyone,


Please see below for a new NISS event on Tuesday Match 15. It will be a meetup organized by NISS and Merck on statistical and deep learning methodologies in for biomedical imaging.


Ben Seiyon Lee

Department of Statistics
George Mason University
Volgenau School of Engineering
4400 University Drive, MS 4A7
Fairfax, VA 22030-4444



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Subject: Invitation to Upcoming NISS/Merck Meet-Up and a New Competition for Graduate Students - PLEASE FORWARD

You are receiving this email because you registered for a previous NISS event.  We wanted to make sure that you were aware of a two New Events that are Coming Up SOON!



NISS/Merck Meetup on Statistical and Deep Learning Methods for Biomedical Images

Tuesday, March 15, 2022 - 11 am - 12:30 pm ET

Imaging plays an important role in clinical diagnosis, biomedical research, and pharmaceutical Research & Development. For decades, innovative statistical methods have been applied to various biomedical image modalities. In the past 10 years, deep learning and AI have begun increasingly dominating this field. Currently, biomedical image analysis has become an extremely complex area, because of the diversity both in image modality and the analysis methodology.  This meetup attempts to provide a snapshot of this vital interdisciplinary area with three talks, delivered from speakers with either academic or industrial backgrounds. 

This session will be moderated by Peining Tao, (Merck)
Speakers for this session include:  
    Hongtu Zhu, (University of North Carolina)
    Andrew Janowczyk, (Case Western Reserve University)
    John Kang, (Merck)




NISS Statistically Accurate Interactive Displays ... in Graphics!

Registration due March 18, 2022 & Entries due April 12, 2022 by Noon ET




Please share this information about this NISS/Merck Meet-Up Event and this NISS Data Visualization Competition with colleagues and students!


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