Our new McMedHacks workshop series and hackathon were recently featured in the renowned COMP InterACTIONS Journal. You can read the full article here: https://console.virtualpaper.com/canadian-organization-of-medical-physicists/interactions-october-2021/#28/
McMedHacks was an initiative started by our AI Group to bridge the domains of medical physics and deep learning in the field of medical image analysis. The program is free and open to anyone. With our diverse audience in mind, we cover everything from the basics to cutting-edge deep learning architectures used for medical image analysis today. The program features presentations by renowned researchers and entrepreneurs in medical image analysis. Furthermore, McMedHacks is an opportunity for anyone to implement deep learning-based solutions on real-world medical image challenges through our interactive workshops and assignments.
The McMedHacks hackathon is an opportunity to practice the skills you learned during the 8-week series in a friendly competition. Solve medical image analysis challenges that companies face today. The hackathon is a unique opportunity to rub elbows with ambitious participants from all around the world ranging from undergraduates to PhDs, MDs, and business leaders. Network with our diverse array of sponsors including COMP, AlphaTau Medical, TransMedTech, and more.
If you are interested in joining us for McMedHacks 2022 next summer, you can our early interest form to receive notifications when registration opens.
Thank you to Dr. Lesley N. Baldwin for reaching out to us and helping us spread the word about our initiative.
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