FDA-Cleared AI Algorithms for Medical Imaging: Explore the Latest AI Tools

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Watch the on-demand recording to hear an insightful conversation among our AI experts that shares best practices.

  • Learn to use the ACR® DSI website to search for available AI models and understand how an algorithm was developed and validated.
  • Walk away with what you need to explore the range of commercially developed algorithms available to you and engage in thoughtful conversations on their benefits.

Keith Dreyer, DO, PhD, FACR

ACR DSI Chief Science Officer and Chief Data Science Officer and Vice President for Enterprise Medical Imaging for Partners Healthcare

Dr. Dreyer is Chief Data Science Officer and Chief Imaging Information Officer at Mass General Brigham (MGB).  He founded the MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science, and oversees the development and deployment of AI at MGB.  Dr. Dreyer has held numerous positions with the ACR, including Chairman of the Informatics Commission, and is currently the ACR DSI Chief Science Officer.  Most recently, his ACR role has focused on garnering feedback regarding use of AI in clinical practice from radiologists and uncovering challenges in medical imaging AI today.

Sheela Agarwal, MD, MBA

ACR Senior Scientist and Digital Medical Advisor, Bayer HealthCare

Dr. Agarwal is Digital Medical Advisor at Bayer Healthcare Radiology, where she is the medical lead for their digital solutions business. She is an experienced leader with a history of working in academics and industry, has written multiple AI-related publications through her work with the ACR DSI and was recently involved in establishing the FDA-Cleared Algorithm Catalog. She also practices as an Abdominal Radiologist at Lenox Hill Radiology.

Bibb Allen Jr., MD, FACR

ACR DSI Chief Medical Officer and Diagnostic Radiologist, Grandview Medical Center

Dr. Allen is a diagnostic radiologist with the Birmingham Radiological Group and is in community practice at Grandview Medical Center in Birmingham, AL. He is Chief Medical Officer of the ACR DSI and both a past president of the ACR and former Chair of the ACR Board of Chancellors.

Judy Wawira Gichoya, MBchB, MS

Asst. Professor – Interventional Radiology & Informatics, Dept. of Radiology & Imaging Sciences, Emory University

Dr. Gichoya is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Emory University School of Medicine. Her work at Emory includes validating machine learning models for health in real clinical settings, exploring explainability, fairness and a specific focus on how algorithms fail. She is a frequent lecturer on AI topics related to operationalizing fairness, AI performance, AI explainability and involving radiologists in the AI lifecycle.