Welcome to the webpage of the bioimaging systems lab.
The purpose of the bioimaging systems lab is to develop technologies to accelerate the use of imaging and image analysis in biomedicine. An important part of this goal is communicating with the clinical and basic scientists who benefit from our work.
Source code and binaries are now available for DKIFIT, a command-line toolf for reconstruction of Diffusion Kurtosis Images.
Our journal article on the REM method has been accepted by IEEE-TMI.
Two papers have been accepted to the 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI). See you in Chicago.
Paper Code: FR-PS1c.11
Paper Number: 1169
Title: REGISTRATION OF IMAGES WITH TOPOLOGICAL CHANGE VIA RIEMANNIAN EMBEDDING
Session: Image Registration II
Time: Friday, April 1, 08:15 - 09:50
Authors: Xiaoxing Li, Xiaojing Long, Christopher Wyatt
Paper Code: WE-PS3a.2
Paper Number: 1321
Title: AN ANALYSIS OF BLOOD-OXYGEN-LEVEL-DEPENDENT SIGNAL PARAMETER ESTIMATION USING PARTICLE FILTERS
Session: Diffusion Imaging
Time: Wednesday, March 30, 14:40 - 16:10
Authors: Micah Chambers, Chris Wyatt
Congratulations to Xiaojing (Jenny) Long who successfully defended her dissertation "Image Classification using Pair-wise Registration and Machine Learning with Applications to Neuroimaging".
Congratulations to Xiaoxing (Ginger) Li for successfully defending her dissertation "Registration of Images with Varying Topology using Embedded Maps".