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Attendees gathered at NIH

IMAG celebrated its 20th year during the two-day annual IMAG MSM Consortium meeting from June 29-29, 2023, at the Natcher Conference Center and via virtual attendance. The theme of the meeting was “Lessons from the past to guide the future.”

NIBIB Director Bruce Tromberg and NIBIB Deputy Director Jill Heemskerk pose with the NIBIB grantees participating in the technology demonstrations. Front row L-R: Wilbur Lam, Erika Tyburski, Sandhya Vasudevan, Idris Sunmola, Jill Heemskerk, Bruce Tromberg, Michael Kam, He (Helen) Huang, and Varun Nalam. Back row L-R: Julie Sullivan, Manu Platt, Daniel X. Hammer, William Vogt, Anant Agrawal, Axel Krieger, Justin Opfermann, and Brendan Driscoll.

Congressional staff visited NIH on June 27, 2023, to see technology demonstrations presented by NIBIB grantees. The demonstrations showcased the breadth of research supported by the institute. Demonstrations were given by Johns Hopkins University, Georgia Institute of Technology/Emory University, North Carolina State University/University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and NIBIB’s Intramural Research Program MATRICES lab and BETA Center. The congressional staff visited at the invitation of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). Photographs by Chia-Chi (Charlie) Chang.

Career panel during 2023 Training Grantee Meeting

NIBIB invited its T32 training program grantees to NIH's Bethesda campus for a two-day meeting that included the opportunity to present their research, attend an array of sessions and tour NIBIB labs.

DEBUT and NIBIB logos and image of first place Steven Krosnick prize technology

The 2022 DEBUT Challenge awards were presented to the winning teams at the Biomedical Engineering Society annual conference.

IDEAS Staff holding 2018 CIT/OCIO Mentoring Award

Group photos of IDEAS (formerly SPIS) Trainees over the years.

NIBIB Director Bruce Tromberg, left, and Senator Roy Blunt (Missouri). (NIH photo by Chia-Chi Charlie Chang)

Senator Roy Blunt led a Congressional delegation on May 17, 2021, visiting NIH's Bethesda, Maryland, campus for updates on medical research efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Georgia Tech students Bailey Klee and Rachel Mann (second and third from right), part of the team that won the HIV Prize are joined (L-R) by  James Rains, Pranav Dorbala, and Madhumita Baskaran (2nd place winners from Georgia Tech) and Zeynep Erim, Director, NIBIB Training Program (far right).

2019 DEBUT Challenge award winners were presented $80,000 in prizes at a ceremony in Philadelphia, PA.

Forty congressional staff visited NIBIB to see technology demonstrations given by NIBIB grantees.  The demonstrations showcased research supported by NIBIB.

Forty congressional staff visited NIBIB to see technology demonstrations given by NIBIB grantees. The demonstrations showcased research supported by NIBIB.

Keynote speaker Charles A. Taylor, Ph.D., Founder, Chief Technology Officer, HeartFlow, Inc., is pictured with organizers Grace C.Y. Peng, Ph.D., director of the NIBIB program in Mathematical Modeling, Simulation and Analysis; and Jeffrey Holmes, M.D., Ph.D., professor of Biomedical Engineering and Medicine at the University of Virginia. Dr. Taylor delivered the keynote talk, Using Patient-specific Models to Guide Clinical Decisions.

The IMAG MSM Consortium met at NIH on March 6-7, 2019, for its annual workshop. The theme of the workshop was Translation and Dissemination. This gallery is a representative selection of photos from the workshop.