Extremities CT Scanner at BMES
October 22, 2010
At the annual meting of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) in Austin TX, Yifu Ding presented the latest research in development of a dedicated cone-beam CT scanner for imaging of extremities. The scanner will provide high-resolution images with soft-tissue visibility for MSK radiology and orthopaedics. Trials are scheduled to begin at Hopkins in 2011. Watch Yifu’s interview online on YouTube.
Enduring Impact – Congratulations, Dr. Taylor!
September 25, 2010
I-STAR Collaborator Dr. Russ Taylor was awarded the 2010 MICCAI Society Enduring Impact Award by the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention Society at the 2010 MICCAI conference in Beijing, China. This prestigious award is given annually in recognition of research leadership. Dr. Taylor is a founding member of the MICCAI Society (http://www.miccai.org) and was named a MICCAI Fellow in 2009.
Congratulations to Russ on this much deserved award recognizing his extraordinary research and leadership in medical imaging and computer-assisted intervention!
I-STAR Lab Website Goes Live
September 1, 2010
Of course it did — you’re looking at it!
Our goal was simple functionality with useful content and fun.
Built using Dreamweaver with thanks to Valeria Costadoni for her expertise in laying out the site.
The website is at \I-STAR Home\.
Ring the Bell!
August 23, 2010
I-STAR Collaborator Dr. Jay Khanna and the winning CBID Design Team participated in the NASDAQ closing bell ceremony! Dr. Khanna supervised Christopher Komanski, Nicolas Martinez, Evan Luxon, Jason Hsu and Stephanie Huang, whose team won numerous prizes in entrepreneurial competitions around the country in 2010, including Michelson Grand Prize and the Wharton Business Plan Competition. The team has launched Cortical Concepts, an endeavor based on an innovative spine screw “anchor” designed to provide improved fixation in patients with osteoporosis.
Watch the video of Dr. Khanna, the CBID Team, family, and friends at the NASDAQ Closing Bell!