Professor Sotirios Bisdas, MD, PhD, MSc (Advanced Oncology)
University College London; Precision Radiology Ltd
Sotirios Bisdas is Consultant Neuroradiologist in the Department of Neuroradiology at University College London Hospitals, Associate Professor in Neuroradiology at University College London, and Professor of Radiology at Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen, Germany.
He is also Fellow of the European Society of Head and Neck Radiology. His expertise fields include intraoperative MRI, advanced and functional MRI and molecular PET-MR imaging in brain diseases. He has authored more than 140 peer-reviewed highly-cited publications and 9 book chapters.
He has received international awards for his multifaceted research achievements and crrently, he serves as Clinical Lead of the Flagship program in Neurooncology at the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering. Dr. Bisdas is member of the editorial board of several leading journals in Radiology and Neuroradiology and of the Executive Committee of the European Society of Head and Neck Radiology.
Dementia diagnosis and surveillance in the era of precision imaging
Advanced neuroimaging is an ideally suited tool for precision medicine approaches to neurodegenerative dementia. We introduce the attendees to the cutting-edge precision imaging approaches and discuss how they may be applied to diagnose and monitor neurodegenerative dementia. With ongoing ambitious therapeutic research initiatives that include the use of precision imaging, the benefit of precision neuroimaging approaches in neurodegenerative dementia will become more prominent.
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