Tag Archives: Carnegie Center for Surgical Innovation

Zbijewski Leads New Program for Imaging of Bone Health

No bones about it: Dr. Wojciech Zbijewski‘s research is breaking new ground in imaging technology and advancing the clinical understanding of conditions affecting the bones and joints. Dr. Z (“Wojtek”) and his team are developing new imaging methods that break … Continue reading

Ultrasound + Cone-Beam CT Guidance: Paper by Eugenio Marinetto in CMIG

A paper published in the journal of Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics (CMIG) reports the integration of C-arm cone-beam CT with a low-cost ultrasound imaging probe for needle interventions such as biopsy, tumor ablation, and pain management. The research reports … Continue reading

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

Automatic Planning for Spine Surgery: Paper by Joseph Goerres

Dr. Joseph Goerres, postdoctoral fellow in the I-STAR Lab and Carnegie Center for Surgical Innovation, recently published a paper in Physics in Medicine and Biology that highlights the challenge of achieving precision guidance in spinal surgery. His work addresses the … 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