IBDW 2019 Feedback
Thank you for participating in our event. We hope you had as much fun attending as we did organizing it.

We want to hear your feedback so we can keep improving our logistics and content. Please fill this quick survey and let us know your thoughts (your answers will be anonymous unless you provide your email at the end).

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Diana Miglioretti, Risk-Based Screening: When to Start and When to Use Supplemental Imaging Based on Breast Density and Risk *
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Carla van Gils, MRI screening and interval cancers (DENSE) *
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Susan Hankinson, Breast cancer risk models that combine a polygenic risk score, mammographic density and endogenous hormones *
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Jennifer Stone, The Measurement Challenge – International case-control study of mammographic measures that predict breast cancer risk *
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Per Hall, Factors that change breast density and impact breast cancer risk *
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Christine Gunn, Dense Breast Legislation: What does it mean for patients and providers? *
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Vignesh Arasu, Breast MRI Background Parenchymal Enhancement: Emerging Risk and Response Imaging Biomarker *
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Lynn Chollet-Hinton, Morphometric features of benign breast tissue: Implications for breast cancer risk *
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Clara Bodelon, Mammary collagen architecture and its association with mammographic density and lesion severity among women undergoing diagnostic image-guided breast biopsy *
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Maeve Mullooly, Opportunities and Challenges for the Identification of Histological Correlates of Mammographic Density in Patients with Benign Breast Disease *
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Parisa Tehranifar, Breast density research in diverse populations and health disparities *
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Soo-Hwang Teo, Mammographic breast density and cancer risk in Asian women *
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Sue Astley, Machine Learning and Texture Features *
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Ana Pereira, Portable spectroscopic device an alternative method to measure Breast Density at young ages and large population studies. Pilot Study. *
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Regina Barzilay, A Deep Learning Mammography-based Model for Improved Breast Cancer Risk Prediction *
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John Hopper, New mammography-based measures of breast cancer risk *
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Bilal Malik, AI-based quantitative breast density assessment using transmission ultrasound *
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Gertraud Maskarinec, Obesity and Breast Cancer Risk: The Multiethnic Story of Hawaii *
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Mikael Eriksson, A Clinical Model for Assessing the Individual Breast Cancer Risk in Mammography Screening *
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George Napolitano, Birth cohort effect on breast density of Dutch women *
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Solveig Hofvind, Digital breast tomosynthesis mammography and cancer detection - the To-Be trial *
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Katherine Callaway, Impact of Breast Density Legislation on Ultrasound Use, 2002-2016 *
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Jeffrey Tice, Women Informed to Screen Depending On Measured of Risk (WISDOM): A Randomized Trial of Risk Assessment to Guide Breast Cancer Screening *
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Gretchen Gierach, Alterations in Levels of Serum IGF-I and IGBFP-3 and Ultrasound Tomography Measures of Breast Density Following Tamoxifen Therapy *
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Erica Lee Argov, Statins and Metformin Use and Mammographic Breast Density *
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Wolfgang Buchberger, Combined screening with mammography and ultrasound in a population-based breast cancer screening program *
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