Technology and artificial intelligence topics at symposium for oral and maxillofacial radiology

The Associate Dean for Graduate Research, Education and Training and program director of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology at University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Aditya Tadinada, will present Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Today and Tomorrow: A Review of Current Technologies and What the Future Holds at the June 17 Mesaros Symposium hosted by West Virginia University School of Dentistry.

The daylong continuing education course will include an overview of oral and maxillofacial radiology, CBCT review and incidental findings, artificial intelligence and technology.

Click to view the brochure for complete course description.
WVU faculty, residents, staff and students should click here for registration.
Non-WVU attendees can register by clicking this link.

Learning objectives include:

• Recognize available imaging modalities for diagnosing clinical conditions
• Select what imaging modality to use and when
• Recognize key 3D anatomical landmarks as visualized on CBCT scans
• Recognize some important incidental findings based on the anatomical region and clinical
• Describe the fundamentals of artificial intelligence and machine learning
• Describe the applications of artificial intelligence in medicine and dentistry

WVU faculty, residents, staff and students must register but can attend at no cost.
There is a $50 fee for non-WVU attendees.

Contact Kim George-Warnick for more information at 304-293-2521 or