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Research Activities in Medical Imaging

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Overview: The Department of Biomedical Informatics has a strong track record in developing software infrastructure for imaging research and new machine-learning and image-processing algorithms to extract information from medical imaging modalities. BMI’s partnerships with faculty in Radiology, Radiation Oncology, and Pathology & Laboratory Medicine provide collaborations in the areas of real-time diagnostics, intelligent radiation treatment planning, and digital pathology. Projects include development and support for The Cancer Imaging Archive for dissemination of imaging studies, deep-learning based prognostication from digital pathology images, and virtual 3D biopsies. Our faculty, collaborations, and coursework in imaging informatics, high-performance computing, image processing, and machine-learning and deep learning provide an excellent environment for training the next generation of imaging informatics scientists.

Active Projects: DataScope; HistomicsTK; HistomicsMLTCIA; QuIP-caMicroscope;

Faculty: Ashish Sharma; Jun Kong; Lee Cooper; Shamim Nemati

Select Publications

  • M Nalisnik, M Amgad, S Lee, SH Halani, JE Velazquez-Vega, DJ Brat, DA Gutman, LAD Cooper, Interactive phenotyping of large-scale histology imaging data with HistomicsML, Scientific Reports, 7(14588), November 2017, PMID: 29109450

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