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2014

December


November

  • Jerry L. Prince will be speaking at the University of Utah on Friday, November 14, 2014. The topic will be "Medical Image Synthesis Methods and Applications".
  • Despite having no prior ultrasound experience, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan uses the EchoFind software guidance to successfully navigate the EchoMark in a test phantom.
    The EchoSure team was invited as a featured presenter and exhibitor at TEDCO's 4th annual Maryland Entrepreneur Expo (http://expo.tedco.md/). Conference participants -- including newly elected Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan -- had the opportunity to try the live EchoFind software demo themselves. Even first-time ultrasound users were able to accurately navigate the test phantom and the team received tremendous positive feedback on their successful demonstration.


October

Jonghye Woo on his last day in the IACL Lab with the labs director Jerry L. Prince.


September


August


June

Jerry L. Prince and Peter A. Calabresi from an article in JHU Engineering.



April

Amod Jog at ISBI 2014 in Beijing.
  • Amod Jog presents two talks at the 11th IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI 2014), Beijing, China, April 28 - May 2, 2014.
    • Random Forest FLAIR reconstruction from T1, T2, and PD-weighted MRI
    • Improving Magnetic Resonance Resolution with Supervised Learning


March

  • Jerry L. Prince's book Medical Imaging Signals and Systems 2/E is released.
  • The video and presentation from Fangxu Xing's 2013 MICCAI talk, titled "3D Tongue Motion from Tagged and Cine MR Images", is now available.
  • Aaron Carass' paper "Multiple-object geometric deformable model for segmentation of macular OCT" appears in Biomedical Optics Express.  (doi)


February

  • IACL members presented papers for the Proceedings of SPIE Medical Imaging (SPIE-MI 2014), San Diego, CA, February 15-20, 2014.
    • Andrew Lang presented "An adaptive grid for graph-based segmentation in macular cube OCT".
    • Gunnar Sigurdsson presented "Smoothing fields of weighted collections with applications to diffusion MRI processing".
    • Emily Swingle presented "Microcystic macular edema detection in retina OCT images".
    • Snehashis Roy presented "MR to CT registration of brains using image synthesis" and "Example based lesion segmentation".