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Clinical applications,geometric morphometrics and workshop

Day 3: Wednesday 14 October 2015,

Oral and dental hospital and Prinshof IT (Information Technology) Green laboratory, Prinshof Campus, University of Pretoria.

 

During the morning participants will be introduced to some clinical applications of 3D imaging methodologies available at Steve Biko Academic hospital; MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) and CT (computer tomography) scanning as well as the CBCT (cone beam computer tomography) at the Oral and Dental hospital, University of Pretoria. Following on this, basic concepts of geometric morphometrics will be introduced as applicable for 2D and 3D data from a wide spectrum of sources, including photographic, X ray and microscribe digitising technologies. The rest of the day will be devoted to the 3D imaging workshop and attendees will be informed on the processes of landmarking; segmentation; 3D visualisation and representation for comparisons. CPD accreditation will be requested for all the activities on this day. The day ends on a high note with a gala dinner.

Full detailed programme:

Venue: All activities on Prinshof campus, University of Pretoria Lectures: 8h00 to 11h00 in lecture hall 6-24, Dental hospital Workshop: Prinshof IT (Information Technology) Green laboratory/ Room 4-20, Basic Medical Sciences Building as indicated.

All transport arranged

Departure 06:30 from Hatfield campus, University of Pretoria

 

TIME START

ACTION                       

            NAME  

Chair

 

07: 15

Arrival and registration: Morning coffee

07: 45

Welcoming address

Prof Bosman

HOD Department of Anatomy UP

Dr AC Oettlé

Department of Anatomy

University of Pretoria

08: 00

CBCT at the School of Dentistry, Faculty of Health Sciences University of Pretoria

Dr. André Uys

Radiology

School of Dentistry UP

 

08: 15

CBCT versus Micro focus in assessment of alveolar bone

Prof André van Zyl

HOD: Department of Periodontics

School of Dentistry UP

08: 30

Microstructure of the mandible

Charlotte Theye –

PhD candidate UP

08: 45

Changing lives using 3D printing

Dr Cules van den Heever

Prosthodontist

09: 00

Association between body weight and facial features

Dr Vinet Coetzee

Facial Morphology Research Group

Department of Genetics

WORKSHOP:

EDUCATIONAL 3D MODELS

Room 4-24, Basic Medical Sciences Building

 

09: 15

3D imaging  in Nuclear medicine

Prof Mariza Vorster

Nuclear Medicine UP

Mould making

Mr. Gert Lewis/ Jabu Tshabalala

Department of Anatomy, UP

09: 30

Basic concepts of Geometric morphometrics

Jason Hemingway

Lecturer: Anatomical Sciences, Wits

10: 15

3/4 D ultrasound applications in O&G, with emphasis on pelvic floor musculature

Dr Zeelha Abdool

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

UP

10: 30

Tea

11: 00

Radiology Steve Biko hospital

Prof Zarina Lockhat (HOD) and Dr. Paul Rischbieter

Department of Radiology

3D printing at UP makerspace

Dennis Kriel

Instructional Designer/ Educational Technologist, UP

 

11: 15

Imaging in forensic pathology

Prof Gert Saayman

HOD: Forensic pathology

UP

TIME START

WORKSHOP: GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRICS

Prinshof IT (Information Technology) Green laboratory

WORKSHOP:

EDUCATIONAL 3D MODELS

Room 4-24, Basic Medical Sciences Building

11: 30

Prinshof IT, Green laboratory

Landmarking by microscribe digitiser

Using 2D or 3D coordinates in GM Analysis

Jason Hemingway

Lecturer: Anatomical Sciences, Wits

From 3D printing to 3D model

Liezl Kok

Anatomoulds Pty Ltd

12: 00

Museum visit

Department of Anatomy

University of Pretoria

13: 00

Lunch

14:00 - 17: 00

CONTINUATION OF WORKSHOP: GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRICS

Potential of 3D analysis Landmarking on 3D images; segmentation; 3D visualisation and representation for comparisons

Jean Dumoncel

Computer scientist and PhD student in IT (University of Toulouse – Paul Sabatier)

Dr. Clément Zanolli

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France

CONTINUATION OF WORKSHOP: EDUCATIONAL 3D MODELS:

 

15: 30 Bus departure for Hatfield campus

17: 00

Bus departure

18:30 for 19:00

Cocktail function

UP Conference Centre Function Hall

 

 

 

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