SABI has always been at the forefront of radiology, highlighting the latest in advanced body imaging techniques and best practices for clinical care. New and evolving technologies make this year's event more important than ever to help you and your practice stay current and relevant.
The first SABI Annual Meeting took place in 1978 in San Diego, C.A., (first SCBT, then SCBT/MR,) creating a gathering place for the growing body imaging community to share ideas and discuss the path forward for developing technologies. Still going strong for more than 40 years, today you’ll discover that SABI remains true to its core objectives of connecting people and advancing the imaging community. This year's annual meeting will be the best place to exchange ideas and learn from one another.
Working on a new app to accelerate body imaging readout? Looking to develop a new abdominal imaging app? SABI is looking to support your next invention!
Submit your idea to the Society for Advanced Body Imaging October 7 - 11, 2023 in Dallas at the 2nd Annual “SABI Tank”.
The SABI Tank is seeking innovative ideas with the potential to boost patient care or radiology workflow. Accepted applications will be presented to an expert panel and a live audience at the 2023 Annual Meeting. The top two presentations will win a monetary award and the opportunity to return and present the progress on their research at a future annual meeting.
Qualifications: Any member of SABI
Awards: The two ideas voted best will each receive $1,500.00
Deadline: Friday, June 2th, 2023 at Midnight, CST!
Dr. Ralph DeBerardinis joined the faculty of UT Southwestern Medical Center in 2008 and joined the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UTSW (CRI) shortly after its founding in 2012. He is Chief of Pediatric Genetics and Metabolism at UTSW and Director of the Genetic and Metabolic Disease Program at CRI. Dr. DeBerardinis is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator and has received numerous awards including the William K. Bowes, Jr. Award in Medical Genetics, the National Cancer Institute’s Outstanding Investigator Award, The Academy of Medicine, Engineering & Science of Texas’s Edith and Peter O’Donnell Award in Medicine, and the Paul Marks Prize for Cancer Research from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine and the Association of American Physicians.