In addition, several hundred people attended the workshop, including university researchers, students, government scientists, industrial entrepreneurs, and scientists from the United States and abroad. The two-day program included 8 sessions with 26 oral presentations by outstanding leaders in the community, ∼90 poster presentations, and 2 panel discussions. The session topics included imaging approaches to neuroscience, advances in optical coherence tomography, multidisciplinary approaches to global health innovation, cancer metabolism and genomics, image-guided therapy and surgery, theranostics, as well as advances in microscopy. Leaders in their respective fields were invited as speakers in each session. In the spirit of bench to bedside, a discussion with panelists from industry and academia emphasized the hurdles and burden of translational research. Funding opportunities and the future of the funding landscape of NIH was held with Houston Baker from the NCI and Behrouz Shabestari from NIBIB.