Amide Proton Transfer imaging in clinical practice. National Neuroscience Institute, Singapore

Three-Dimensional Amide Proton Transfer (3D APT) is a unique, contrast-free, brain MR imaging method addressing the need for more confident diagnosis in neuro oncology. 3D APT uses the presence of endogenous cellular proteins to produce an MR signal that directly correlates with cell proliferation, a marker of tumor activity. 3D APT supports medical professionals in differentiating low from high grade gliomas, and tumor progression from treatment effect.

Join us in this exclusive webinar with National Neuroscience Institute, Singapore. Live Q&A with the speaker follows at the end of the session.

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Dr Anna Lerman, MD, Dr Dallas Turley, PhD, Dr Yu Wai-Yung


23 Sep 2020


13:00 - 14:00 (GMT+08:00) Singapore


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Radiologists, radiographers

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Duration: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm SGT (UTC+8)


01:00 pm - 01:05 pm Welcome and opening remarks by Anna Lerman, MD
01:05 pm - 01:15 pm Basic principles of APT imaging by Dallas Turley, PhD
01:15 pm - 01:50 pm Amide Proton Transfer Imaging in clinical practice. National Neuroscience Institute, Singapore, by Dr Yu Wai-Yung
01:50 pm - 02:00 pm Live Q&A

About speaker

Dr Anna Lerman, MD

Business Marketing Manager, MRI, APAC, Philips

Dr Anna Lerman has previous experience as a radiologist working in the field of General Diagnostic and Cardiac Imaging in leading scientific institution hospitals in Moscow, Russia. She is currently managing MR business in ASEAN Pacific region.

Dr Dallas Turley, PhD

MRI Clinical Scientist, APAC, Philips

Primarily focused on Neuroscience, Dallas Turley received a post-doctoral degree at the University of Chicago, Department of Radiology MRI Research Center where he  invented and implemented novel MR technologies, including pulse sequences, off-line image reconstruction pipeline and data analysis platforms.

Dr Yu Wai-Yung

Senior Consultant Neuroradiology, National Neuroscience Institute, Singapore

Dr Yu trained in Radiology at St George’s Hospital, UK and completed her Neuroradiology fellowship at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, UK. Dr Yu is currently Senior Consultant Neuroradiology at National Neuroscience Institute. Dr Yu is also Director of the Education Neuroradiology SingHealth Duke-NUS Neuroscience Academic Clinical Programme.