Tag Archives: Biomedical Imaging

Hao Dang Earns PhD in Biomedical Engineering

Hao Dang earned his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University after successfully defending his dissertation, entitled Model-Based Iterative Reconstruction in Cone-Beam Computed Tomography: Advanced Models of Imaging Physics and Prior Information. His thesis details the development of new model-based iterative reconstruction … Continue reading

Ali Uneri Earns Ph.D. in Computer Science

Ali Uneri successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation, entitled “Imaging and Registration for Surgical Guidance: Systems and Algorithms for Intraoperative C-Arm 2D and 3D Imaging” in December 2016.   His work realized methods for mobile C-arm 2D and 3D imaging integrated with surgical … Continue reading

Hao Dang Tackles Truncation Using Multi-Resolution CT Reconstruction

A recent paper published in Physics in Medicine and Biology by Hao Dang and coauthors in the I-STAR Lab reports a multi-resolution CT image reconstruction method that efficiently overcomes truncation effects, which are a particularly important problem in cone-beam CT (which often has … Continue reading

Jennifer Xu Earns PhD in Biomedical Engineering

Jennifer Xu earned her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. She successfully defended her thesis entitled “Image Quality, Modeling, and Design for High-Performance Cone-Beam CT of the Head” in Hurd Hall Auditorium on November 17, 2016. Her dissertation … Continue reading

The Carnegie Center of Surgical Innovation: A different kind of operation.

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