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Please note: QIBA Newsletter issues can be found below, along with archived issues.
QIBA would like to acknowledge that all volunteers are vital to the efforts of QIBA, though we would like to recognize those who have made significant contributions in the past year, and these contributors are as follows for 2020. Congratulations, and thank you to our 2020 Certificate of Appreciation Awardees!
QIBA Award Recipients
2020 Certificate of Appreciation Awardees
QIBA Campaign 2021
Introduction to QIBA Campaign 2021
Thanks to the dedication and efforts from all who participate in QIBA, we have made great progress in recent years. QIBA Profiles have been drafted and revised, tested, implemented, and publicized. The Accomplishments section in the QIBA Campaign 2021 document conveys summary observations and statistics from that activity.
To continue this impressive momentum, the QIBA Steering Committee developed a set of goals to assist QIBA Biomarker Committees in maintaining focus on the tasks most likely to increase the positive impact that QIBA Profiles can have on clinical research and practice. To reiterate, we believe those essential activities involve concentrating on Profile content, implementation, and communication.
The recommended goals, referred to as QIBA Campaign 2021, are listed in the QIBA Campaign 2021 document following the Accomplishments section. We are very grateful for the QIBA community’s continued commitment and diligence in reducing the variability associated with health care delivery.
QIBA Quarterly Biomarker Committee Updates
- Quarter 4, 2020
- Quarter 3, 2020
- KEY to QIBA Biomarker Committee Abbreviations
- Welcome to the QIBA Newsletter, an e-newsletter dedicated to providing news and information from the Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers Alliance (QIBA), formed by RSNA in 2007 to unite researchers, healthcare professionals, and industry stakeholders in the advancement of quantitative imaging and the use of biomarkers in clinical trials and practice. The QIBA Newsletter offers articles, web links and tools, as well as updates from technical committees and information about how you can participate in QIBA activities.