Monthly Archives: May 2016
The Carnegie Center was highlighted in a recent BME newsletter. For Jeff Siewerdsen, a professor of biomedical engineering, it was not hard to imagine such a synergistic connection between biomedical engineers and surgeons. “Clinical collaboration has always been the inspiration … Continue reading
A paper entitled; “Self-calibration of cone-beam CT geometry using 3D-2D image registration” by Sarah Ouadah, recently published in Physics in Medicine and Biology, presents a method for geometric calibration of an arbitrary source-detector C-arm orbit by registering 2D projection data … Continue reading
I-STAR Seminar: Dr. Ke Li on the Theoretical Applications of Four Dimensional Cascaded Systems Analysis of Cerebral CT Perfusion Imaging.
The I-STAR lab welcomes Dr. Ke Li for his seminar on Thursday, May 26th, entitled: Four-dimensional cascaded systems analysis of cerebral CT perfusion imaging: Theoretical framework and potential applications. The recent success of clinical trials on endovascular stroke therapy has brought … Continue reading