Congratulations Poster Winners!

The votes have been counted! Join us in celebrating the poster winners from the ITCR annual meeting and check out the awesome tools they have developed.

In May this year, the Annual ITCR Investigator Meeting was held virtually. Although initially planned to be an in-person meeting, the planning committee rapidly adapted it to a virtual format when the global pandemic prohibited us from meeting in person. In addition to the virtual plenary sessions, ITCR investigators and their lab members recorded 3-minute talks for an asynchronous poster session that participants could watch on their own. Everyone was encouraged to vote for their favorite video posters, and we are excited to celebrate the winners!

1st Place

  • "The Bachelor (Collaborator) – A Statistician’s Tale” submitted by Paul Marjoram from the University of Southern California.
    Watch this fantastic video poster here
    To learn more, check out the “MethCon5” tool in the Informatics Tool Catalog!
  • “The Federated Tumor Segmentation (FeTS) Platform” submitted by Spyridon Bakas from the University of Pennsylvania.

2nd Place

  • "Personal Ad for UCSC Xena" submitted by Mary Goldman from the UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute.
    To learn more, check out the "Xena" tool in the Informatics Tool Catalog!
  • "Federated Deep Learning Among Multiple Institutions for Automated Classification of Breast Density" submitted by Ken Chang from Massachusetts General Hospital.
  • "Quick Annotator: A Tool for Rapidly Annotating Digital Pathology Images" submitted by Andrew Janowczyk from Case Western Reserve University.
    Watch this fantastic video poster here
    To learn more, check out the "HistoTools" and "HistoQC" tools in the Informatics Tool Catalog!
  • "Functional Precision Oncology for Cancer Treatment Selection" submitted by Xiaomeng Huang from the University of Utah.

3rd Place

  • "The TOPAS Tool for Particle Simulation, A Monte Carlo Simulation Tool for Physics, Biology, and Clinical Research" submitted by Jose Ramos-Mendez from UC San Francisco.
    Watch this fantastic video poster here
    To learn more, check out the "TOPAS" tool in the Informatics Tool Catalog!
  • "Model Training in XNAT with Integrated NVIDIA Clara and TensorBoard" submitted by Matt Kelsey from Washington University in St. Louis.
    To learn more, check out the "XNAT" tool in the Informatics Tool Catalog!

Publish Date:  Thursday, September 24, 2020