A.I. and Transplantation

A.I. and Transplantation

 

The AST Transplant Administration and Quality Management Community of Practice (TxAQM COP) and Thoracic and Critical Care Community of Practice (TCC COP), with support from the AST Education Committee, present a collaborative webinar series on "A.I. & Transplantation." Starting with the basics of artificial intelligence (A.I.) and transplantation, and moving to the applications of A.I. to transplant specialties, these sessions are designed to help the viewer:

  1. Understand the fundamentals of A.I. concepts and tools,
  2. Explore its benefits and limitations in transplantation, and
  3. Preview the new and potential applications of A.I. to transplantation.

 

The "A.I. & Transplantation" series includes:


 

Basics of A.I. in Transplantation

Presenter:
- Dorry Segev, MD, PhD, FAST • NYU Grossman School of Medicine, New York, NY

Moderated by:
- Laura Stillion, MHA, FACHE • Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH
- Linda Ohler, MSN, RN, CCTC, FAAN, FAST • Progress in Transplantation, Washington, D.C.

Dr. Segev begins the "A.I. and Transplantation" series by providing a working understanding of what A.I. means and discusses the various tools and concepts commonly referenced with applications of A.I. to transplantation. This session was run as part of the 2023-2024 AST Timely Topics in Transplantation (T3) Webinar Series. It is available on-demand for $25, and free for AST members.

 


Recorded live on Wednesday, October 18th, 2023 - Click here to watch the full session on-demand!
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Applications of A.I. to Heart Transplantation

Presenter:
- Rohan Goswami, MD • Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida

Moderated by:
- Jon Kobashigawa, MD, FAST • Cedars Sinai, Los Angeles, CA

Dr. Goswami begins the "Applications of A.I. to Transplantation" portion of the series by discussing A.I. and Heart transplantation. He briefly reviews A.I. principles and then discusses A.I. in heart transplantation, physician evolution, and future directions. This session is available for free on AST's YouTube channel.

 


Recorded live on Tuesday, November 28th, 2023

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Applications of A.I. to Heart Transplantation: Translational Diagnostics with Computer Vision Technology
Using New Technology to Tackle Old Problems in Heart Transplantation

Presenter:
- Eliot Peyster, MD, University of Pennsylvania

Moderated by:
- Jignesh Patel, MD, PhD, FAST, Cedars-Sinai Smidt Heart Institute

Dr. Peyster continues the discussion on "Applications of A.I. to Heart Transplantation" by covering 21st century histology with computer vision, digital pathology, and ‘Pathomics’, the shortcomings of traditional histology in heart transplantation, usage cases in transplant, and future directions and conclusions.

 


Recorded live on Thursday, January 11th, 2024

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Applications of A.I. to Liver Transplantation

Presenter:
- Alexandra Strauss, MD • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Moderated by:
- Mamatha Bhat, MD, PhD, FRCPC, FAST • Toronto General Hospital Research Institute, UHN

Dr. Strauss continues the "Applications of A.I. to Transplantation" series by covering the landscape of A.I. research in liver transplantation and opportunities for A.I. application. She then poses questions for the cautious and informed development of new A.I.-driven tools in liver transplantation.

 


Recorded live on Thursday, March 28th, 2024

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Development and Deployment of AI tools in Liver Transplantation

Scheduled for Wednesday, May 22nd, from 1:00pm ET to 2:00pm ET

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Presenter:
- Mamatha Bhat, MD, PhD, FRCPC, FAST • Toronto General Hospital Research Institute, UHN

Moderated by:
- Bruce Gelb, MD, FACS • NYU Langone Health, Transplant Institute
- Alexandra Strauss, MD • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Dr. Bhat continues the "Applications of A.I. to Transplantation" series with a follow-up to "Applications of A.I. to Liver Transplantation," focusing on the development and deployment of A.I. tools in liver transplantation.

 

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