This course is FREE to ESR members (If you need to renew or apply for ESR membership for 2022, please click here).
On-demand access will be available through the ESR’s Premium Educational Package after ECR 2022. The course will be run on the ESR Connect platform.
For registration please click here.
No CME credits are available for this course.
ESOR/ESR Research Course
FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH ONLINE | January 11, February 8, ECR 2022
Suitable for any ESR member interested in undertaking research, but with a particular focus on those early in their careers. This course aims to present some of the fundamental aspects of radiological research. The course consists of 5 online sessions of 60 min (40 min talks, 20 min Q&A) which will be led by luminaries in the field plus one on-site session at the ECR 2022, to which attendees of min. 4/5 of the online sessions will be specially invited.
Tuesday January 11
13:30-14:30 CET – SESSION 4: Hot-topic research: Studies of machine learning for image analysis
Moderator: Marc Dewey, Berlin/Germany
Speaker: Julia Schnabel, Munich/Germany
• What is medical deep learning?
• What is radiomics?
• Why will machine learning fundamentally change Radiology?
• How to correctly assess and validate machine learning for imaging analysis?
• How to become involved in machine learning research?
Tuesday February 8
13:30-14:30 CET – SESSION 5: Research dissemination
Moderator: Jaap Stoker, Amsterdam/Netherlands
Speaker: Marion Smits, Rotterdam/Netherlands
• How to prepare an abstract for a conference?
• How to prepare a paper ?
• How to get published in the ESR journals?
• Why reporting guidelines are crucial? The EQUATOR network!
SESSION 6: Research Networking – Connecting with other ESR Members on Research Projects
Moderator: Michael Fuchsjäger, Graz/Austria
Regina Beets-Tan, Amsterdam/Netherlands
Gabriel Krestin, Rotterdam/Netherlands
Marc Dewey, Berlin/Germany
Jaap Stoker, Amsterdam/Netherlands
Aad van der Lugt, Rotterdam/Netherlands
Steve Halligan, London/UK