July 13-14, 2022

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) will be holding a workshop entitled “Imaging the Future of In vivo Neuropathological Diagnosis through Postmortem Analyses”. The workshop will assemble a group of researchers who are either directly involved in or perform research that is relevant to postmortem neuropathology research in order to identify gaps and needs in the field with the goal of improving in-vivo diagnosis, primarily as it relates to traumatic brain injury and vascular contributions to cognitive impairment and dementia. Current topics include bench work / high-throughput neuropathology; in vivo and postmortem image acquisition and processing; and data analytics. The meeting will take place virtually over two days and will consist of three primary groups of discussants, as well as others who are involved in or have an interest in the field

Agenda

July 13, 2022

1:00 pm

Introduction and Opening Remarks
Carlos Faraco, NINDS, Health Science Administrator
Clinton Wright, NINDS, Director of the Division of Clinical Research

1:10 pm

Joint Keynote Presentation
Swati Rane, University of Washington
Susanne van Veluw, Mass General Hospital

1:45 pm

NIH NeuroBioBank Presentation
Abigail Soyombo, NIMH, Health Science Administrator

2:00 pm

Benchwork: Modern, High-Throughput Pathology

Topic Introduction

Group Discussion
Stephen Back, Oregon Health Sciences University
John Crary, Mount Sinai
Dirk Keene, University of Washington
Eddie Lee, University of Pennsylvania
Ann McKee, Boston University
Julie Schneider, Rush University Medical Center

3:15 pm

Break

3:30 pm

In-vivo and Post-mortem Imaging

Topic Introduction

Group Discussion
Konstantinos Arfanakis, Rush University
Peter Basser, NICHD
Dan Benjamini, NIA
Manus Donahue, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Bruce Fischl, Mass General Hospital
Larry Latour, NINDS
Daniel Perl, USUHS
Swati Rane, University of Washington
Susanne van Veluw, Mass General Hospital
Shawn Whitehead, Western University

4:45- 5:00 pmClosing Remarks

July 14, 2022

1:00 pmDay 1 Recap
1:15 pm

Data Analytics

Topic Introduction

Group Discussion
Brittany Dugger, University of California, Davis
Hugo Geerts, Certara
David Irwin, University of Pennsylvania
Bennet Landman, Vanderbilt University
Partha Mitra, Cold Spring Harbor
Dmitry Novikov, New York University
Duygu Tosun-Turgut, University of California, San Francisco

2:30 pm

Breakout Session
Instructions
Breakout Group Discussions Begin

3:30 pmBreak
3:45 pm

Breakout Group Reports
Each Breakout Group provides a brief report

4:45- 5:00 pmConcluding Remarks