Revision as of 10:07, 18 November 2016 by Aaron (Added an old missing news item.)
- The lab celebrates the Holiday Season by blowing some glass ornaments.
|Glass Blowing Christmas Ornaments|
- Fangxu Xing defends his thesis titled "Three Dimensional Tissue Motion Analysis from Tagged Magnetic Resonance Imaging". Dr. Xing will be joining Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, starting December 15th.
- Zhen Yang defends her thesis titled "Cerebellar Structure Segmentation and Shape Analysis with Application to Cerebellar Ataxia". Dr. Yang will be joining Google in Menlo Park, California, starting November 1st.
- Murat Bilgel's paper "Deformation field correction for spatial normalization of PET images" appears in NeuroImage. (doi)
- Aaron Carass presents "Longitudinal Patch-Based Segmentation of Multiple Sclerosis White Matter Lesions" at the Machine Learning in Medical Imaging (MLMI 2015) workshop in Munich, Germany.
- The paper "MRBrainS challenge: Online Evaluation Framework for Brain Image Segmentation in 3T MRI Scans" appears in Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience. (doi)
- Jerry Prince presented "Temporal trajectory and progression score estimation from voxelwise longitudinal imaging measures: Application to amyloid imaging" at IPMI 2015.
- An article describing the EchoSure Project developed by Sonavex (appears in the JHU Engineering Magazine).
- Andrew Lang presented his poster "Automated segmentation of macular SD-OCT scans of retinitis pigmentosa patients shows regional patterns of foveal inner retinal thickening that correlate with visual function" at ARVO 2015 in Denver, Colorado.
- Snehashis Roy's paper "Subject Specific Sparse Dictionary Learning for Atlas Based Brain MRI Segmentation" appears in the IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics. (doi)
- Jeff Glaister presented "Probabilistic Fiber Tracking using a Modified Lasso Bootstrap Method" at ISBI 2015 in Brooklyn, New York.
- The Longitudinal Multiple Sclerosis Lesion Segmentation Challenge took place as part of ISBI with ten teams presenting their work on the Challenge day.
- The paper S. Roy, W.-T. Wang, A. Carass, J.L. Prince, J.A. Butman, and D.L. Pham, "PET Attenuation Correction Using Synthetic CT from Ultrashort Echo-Time MR Imaging", Jrnl. of Nuclear Medicine, 55:1-7, 2014 (doi) wins the Alavi-Mandell Publication Award from the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI).
- Registration for the Longitudinal Multiple Sclerosis Lesion Segmentation Challenge closes. The Challenge is a collaboration between the IACL Lab, the Henry M. Jackson Foundation, the Max Plank Institute, and the University of Iceland, and takes place as part of the 12th IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI 2015) in New York on April 16th, 2015. 34 Teams registered for the Challenge coming from 15 different countries, representing 27 different institutions/universities.
- Alessandro Asoni wins a poster prize at SPIE-MI 2015 in Orlando, Florida.
- IACL members presented papers for the Proceedings of SPIE Medical Imaging (SPIE-MI 2015), Orlando, FL, February 21-26, 2015.
- Alessandro Asoni presented "B-Mode ultrasound pose recovery via surgical fiducial segmentation and tracking".
- Andrew Lang presented "Longitudinal graph-based segmentation of macular OCT using fundus alignment".
- Gunnar Sigurdsson presented "Interpretable exemplar-based shape classification using constrained sparse linear models".
- Emily Swingle presented "Segmentation of microcystic macular edema in Cirrus OCT scans with an exploratory longitudinal study".
- Amod Jog presented "Multi-output decision trees for lesion segmentation in multiple sclerosis".
- Fangxu Xing presented "Relating speech production to tongue muscle compressions using tagged and high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging".
- Min Chen presented "Using image synthesis for multi-channel registration of different image modalities".
- Amod Jog's paper "MR Image Synthesis by Pulse Sequence Information-based Contrast Learning On Neighborhood Ensembles" appears in Medical Image Analysis. (doi)
- Andrew Lang's paper "Automatic segmentation of microcystic macular edema in OCT" appears in Biomedical Optics Express. (doi)