Revision as of 19:15, 15 September 2017 by Aaron (Added picture of Yufan and mention of his award winning poster.)
- Jeffrey Glaister presented "Falx Cerebri Segmentation via Multiatlas Boundary Fusion" at the 20th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2017), Quebec, Canada, September 10 - 14, 2017. (doi)
- Presenting during Workshops at the 20th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2017), Quebec, Canada, September 10 - 14, 2017.
- Lotta M. Ellingsen presented "Automated Parcellation of the Ventricular System: Validation Study on Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus". (doi)
- Can Zhao presented "Whole brain segmentation and labeling from CT using synthetic MR images" (doi) and "A super-voxel based random forest synthesis framework for bidirectional MR/CT synthesis".
- Yufan He presented "Towards topological correct segmentation of macular OCT from cascaded FCNs" and won the Best Poster Prize as part of the OMIA Workshop. (doi)
- Dr. Jerry L. Prince presented "Group Patterns of Acceleration-Induced Brain Deformation in Vivo".
- Dr. Jerry L. Prince presnted a keynote at Brain Lesion Workshop entitled "Dice overlap measures for multiple objects: Application to lesion segmentation".
- The paper "Automated segmentation of mouse OCT volumes (ASiMOV): Validation & clinical study of a light damage model" appears in PLoS ONE (doi) (PubMed)
- Jeffrey Glaister's paper "Thalamus segmentation using multi-modal feature classification: Validation and pilot study of an age-matched cohort" appears in NeuroImage. (doi) (PubMed)
- Dr. Lang and Dr. Bilgel receive their PhDs from Electrical & Computer Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, respectively. Lab alumni Yeyi Yun graduates with a BA, triple majoring in Electrical & Computer Engineering, Economics, and Mathematics.
- Dr. Jerry L. Prince wins the 2017 Diversity Recognition Award from the Johns Hopkins Diversity Leadership Council (DLC).
- The paper "Longitudinal multiple sclerosis lesion segmentation data resource", (doi) is published.
- Johns Hopkins Magazine features an article titled "The CEO who learned to ask" about IACL colaborator David Narrow, the CEO of Sonavex.
- The 2017 ENIGMA Cerebellum Challenge and Workshop website launches. The Challenge and Workshop is a collaboration between IACL, the MASI Lab at Vanderbilt, and the IGC Lab at the Univ. of Southern California. The one day Challenge and Workshop is a satellite event of MICCAI 2017, which will be held in Quebec, Canada.
- Dr. Jerry L. Prince is working with students from Dr. Nayoung Louie's "Discovery to Market" class from The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
- IACL members present papers at the SPIE Medical Imaging (SPIE-MI 2017) meeting in Orlando, FL, February 11 - 16 2017.
- Dr. Jerry L. Prince presents "Test-suite for image-based motion estimation of the brain and tongue", "Longitudinal Analysis of Mouse OCT Volumes", "Improving graph-based OCT segmentation for severe pathology in Retinitis Pigmentosa patients", and "Collaborative SDOCT Segmentation and Analysis Software".
- Blake E. Dewey presents "Efficient Multi-Atlas Registration using an Intermediate Template Image".
- Jeffrey Glaister presents "Automatic falx cerebri and tentorium cerebelli segmentation from Magnetic Resonance Images".
- Junghoon Lee presents "Multi-atlas-based CT synthesis from conventional MRI with patch-based refinement for MRI-based radiotherapy planning".
- Other accepted papers at SPIE-MI 2017 coming from collaborations with IACL.
- With colleagues at MGH "A four-dimensional motion field atlas of the tongue from tagged and cine magnetic resonance imaging".
|IACL at SPIE 2017|
- The papers "Random forest regression for magnetic resonance image synthesis", (doi) (PubMed),"Longitudinal Multiple Sclerosis Lesion Segmentation: Resource and Challenge", (doi) (PubMed), and "Cross contrast multi-channel image registration using image synthesis for MR brain images", (doi) (PubMed) are published.