News/2022

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2022

June

  • Brain Biomechanics Imaging Resources now has 56 datasets available for download.
    • 10 subjects from the Henry Jackson Foundation, imaged with tagged magnetic resonance.
    • 36 subjects from the University of Delaware, imaged with high resolution magnetic resonance elastography at multiple frequencies (30Hz, 50Hz, 70Hz).
    • 10 subjects from Washington University in St. Louis, imaged with magnetic resonance elastography at multiple frequencies (20Hz, 30Hz, 50Hz, 70Hz, 90Hz).
    • All data includes structural magnetic resonance images (T1-w, T2-w) and diffusion weighted images.
    • The structural images have been processed with SLANT-MACRUISE. The diffusion images with TORTOISE.
    • Site information and subject details can be found in the available BBIR documents.
    • Additional information is available in our related publications:
      • "Integrating Linear Viscoelastic Material Properties Derived from Magnetic Resonance Elastography into Subject-Specific Brain Models"  (doi)
      • "MR imaging of human brain mechanics in vivo: new measurements to facilitate the development of computational models of brain injury"  (doi)


May

Drs. Blake E. Dewey and Yufan He flank Prof. J.L. Prince after their hooding ceremony.
  • Congratulations to Blake. E. Dewey, Shuo Han, and Yufan He on receiving their PhDs.
  • Congratulations to Peiyu "Camille" Duan and Chenyu Gao on receiving their masters. Peiyu Duan is joining a PhD program at Yale University. Chenyu Gao is joining a PhD at Vanderbilt University.


February

  • Congratulations to Pouria Tohidi on winning a Best Poster Award at the Proceedings of SPIE Medical Imaging (SPIE-MI 2022), San Diego, CA, February 20–124, 2022.
  • IACL papers at the Proceedings of SPIE Medical Imaging (SPIE-MI 2022), San Diego, CA, February 20–124, 2022.
    • Muhan Shao presented "Evaluating the impact of MR image harmonization on thalamus deep network segmentation".
    • Savannah Hays presented "Evaluating the Impact of MR Image Contrast on Whole Brain Segmentation".
    • Peiyu "Camille" Duan presented "Cranial Meninges Reconstruction Based on Convolutional Networks and Deformable Models: Applications to Longitudinal Study of Normal Aging".
    • Ahmed Alshareef presented "Investigating the Effect of Ventricle Size on Brain Deformation using Computational Models" and "Correlation of Cerebral Vasculature to Brain Stiffness Using MRE".
    • Chenyu Gao presented "Effects of Defacing Whole Head MRI on Neuroanalysis".
    • Pouria Tohidi presented "Multiple Sclerosis Brain Lesion Segmentation with Different Architecture Ensembles".


IACL at SPIE 2022
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IACL Lab members (and friend) at SPIE 2022 in San Diego.
 
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Ahmed Alshareef presenting his talk titled "Investigating the Effect of Ventricle Size on Brain Deformation using Computational Models".
 
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Peiyu "Camille" Duan presented "Cranial Meninges Reconstruction Based on Convolutional Networks and Deformable Models: Applications to Longitudinal Study of Normal Aging".
 
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Savannah Hays preparing for her presentation titled "Evaluating the Impact of MR Image Contrast on Whole Brain Segmentation".
 
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IACL lab members presenting posters (and winning awards!!).