2024 Member-In-Training Travel Awards

Congratulations to the 2024 ASNR Member-In-Training Travel Award recipients:

Florence L. Chiang, MD, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital
Abstract Title: Microstructural Characterization of Functional Network-Based Neurodegeneration in Multiple Sclerosis Using Ultra-High Gradient Diffusion MRI

Hye Hyeon Moon, MD, PhD
Asan Medical Center
Abstract Title: Prospective Longitudinal Analysis of Imaging-based Spatiotemporal Tumor Habitats in Glioblastoma, IDH-wild Type: Implication in Patient Outcome Using Multiparametric Physiologic MRI

Kevin Pierre, MD
University of Florida
Abstract Title: Prediction of Peritumoral Invasion in Brain Metastases using Radiomics, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning Approaches

Luca Pasquini MD, PhD
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Abstract Title: Tumors Affect the Metabolic Connectivity of the Human Brain Measured by [18F]FDG PET

Matthew Lee, MD
NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Abstract Title: Differentiation of Vestibular Schwannoma Progression and Pseudoprogression after Stereotactic Radiosurgery with GRASP DCE-MRI

T. Campbell Arnold, PhD
Subtle Medical
Abstract Title: Harmonization of Longitudinal Multicenter Imaging Data Through Natural Language Processing and Brain Alignment Algorithms

Eric Ramdev Basappa, MD
Rush University Medical Center
Abstract Title: Does the Trigeminal Nerve Sagittal Angle Predict Response to Microvascular Decompression Surgery in Patients with Trigeminal Neuralgia?

Nelson Homero Gil, Jr., MD, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School
Abstract Title: Clinical Evaluation of Deep-Learning-Accelerated MPRAGE versus State-of-the-Art Wave-CAIPI MPRAGE for Volumetric Assessment of Brain Tissue

Cooper Stateler, MS3
Oregon Health and Science University
Abstract Title: Mechanisms to Enhance Immunotherapy in a Rat Model of Medulloblastoma

Samuel Bobholz, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Abstract Title: Autopsy-based radio-pathomic maps of extracellular fluid density associate with fractional anisotropy in glioblastoma patients