Congrats to Roja and Colin on their Physics in Medicine
and Biology paper entitled: Validation of
non-rigid point-set registration methods using a porcine bladder pelvic
Colin Studholme (Professor Pediatrics and Bioengineering
Adjunct Professor of Radiology, Head of Biomedical Image Computing
Group) visited our lab and gave a talk on " Computational
Imaging and the University of Washington Fetal Brain MRI Database
to Brian for a successful PhD thesis defence on "Diffusion MRI Analysis
Techniques inspired by the Preterm Infant Brain".
to Masoud for his
IJCARS journal paper: Endoscopic Scene Labelling
and Augmentation using Intraoperative Pulsatile Motion and Colour
Appearance Cues with Preoperative Anatomical Priors
to Brian and Colin for their
NeuroImage paper: STEAM - Statistical Template Estimation for
Abnormality Mapping: a Personalized DTI Analysis Technique with
Applications to the Screening of Preterm Infants. Note also the
accompanying STEAM software and
arXiv report on
Multi-Region Probabilistic Dice Similarity Coefficient using the
Aitchison Distance and Bipartite Graph Matching (arXiv:1509.07244)
accepted to Speech Communications on
Examining visible articulatory features in clear and
software tools for diffusion MRI analysis are released
Software for cervical cell
Dr. Dmitry Turbin, pathologist at the Department of
Anatomical Pathology, St. Paul's Hospital, and Assistant Professor at
the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, UBC, visited our
group and gave a presentation on "Image Analysis at an Anatomical
Pathology Lab: A Few Thoughts".
Video teasers of MICCAI 2015 papers:
to Masoud for his
paper on "Simultaneous Multi-Structure Segmentation and 3D Non-Rigid
Pose Estimation in Image-Guided Robotic Surgery"
Congratulations to Aïcha, Colin, Lisa, and Al: Four
papers will be presented at
2015 in Munich, Germany.
MICCAI 2014 paper " Auto
Localization and Segmentation of Occluded Vessels in Robot-Assisted
Partial Nephrectom y "
selected by the International Medical Informatics Association for the
2015 Yearbook of Medical Informatics (IMIA and Schattauer GmbH,
ISSN:0943-4747) as one of the best articles from the literature in the
'Sensor, Signal and Imaging Informatics' subfield of medical informatics
published in the year 2014 (Topic: Patient-Centered Care Coordination;
Section 4: Sensor, Signal, and Imaging Informatics).
Machine learning for ovarian cancer diagnosis attracts
of the Vancouver Sun (July 29, 2015) ( PressReader
- Local PDF copy):
"New diagnostic tool could hasten effective ovarian cancer treatment".
MedicalXpress (July 31, 2015): "Invention paves the way to better
ovarian cancer diagnosis". -
Molecular Biology News (August 1, 2015): "New Computer Program
Designed for Better Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis".
SFU News story (July 30, 2015): "SFU invention paves the way to
better ovarian cancer diagnosis".
Kilian Polh, Program Director at SRI International and Consulting
Assistant Professor at Stanford U, visited our lab and presented a talk
on "A Shape Representation based on the Logarithm of Odds"
Paper on "Changes in Structural Brain Connectivity
Following Concussion" presented at the Annual
Canadian Neuroscience Meeting
to Dr. Lisa Tang
on receiving the
Dean of Graduate Studies Convocation Medal for her PhD
"Skin Lesion Tracking System using Structured Graphical Models"
accepted in the Medical Image Analysis journal - special issue Discrete
Graphical Models in Biomedical Image Analysis.
on "Evaluation and Comparison of Anatomical Landmark Detection Methods
for Cephalometric X-Ray Images: A Grand Challenge" accepted in IEEE
Transactions on Medical Imaging (IEEE TMI).
"Automatic Segmentation of Occluded Vasculature via Pulsatile Motion
Analysis in Endoscopic Robot-Assisted Partial Nephrectomy Video"
invited and published in the Medical Image Analysis (MedIA) journal -
special issue on the 2014 Conference on Medical Image Computing and
Computer Assisted Intervention.
on face tracking for measuring articulatory features in speech accepted at the
International Congress of
Phonetic Sciences 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland
Paper "Detecting Streaks from Dermoscopic
Images of Pigmented Skin Lesions" awarded a podium presentation at the 2015
International Society for Biophysics and Imaging of the Skin (ISBS),
Validation of a Point-Set Deformable Registration Method using Pig
Bladder" awarded a podium presentation at the
2015 World Congress on Medical Physics
and Biomedical Engineering, Toronto, Canada.
to Dr. Masoud Nosrati for successfully defending his PhD Thesis entitled
"Prior knowledge for targeted object segmentation in medical images" ( details).
Three papers accepted for presentation at IEEE ISBI 2015
variational star shape
prior; random walker
registration with Inverse consistency; and t opology-preservation
in skin lesion
TMI paper presenting a new Generalized Log-Ratio Transformation for
representing and segmenting multi-region probabilistic shapes.
Congress of Dermatology 2015 papers on
skin image navigation,
lesion matching (Podium Presentation), and
hair counting on iPhone.