Tag Archives: imaging

Dr. Nick Theodore, Co-Director for the Carnegie Center for Surgical Innovation

The I-STAR Lab welcomes Dr. Nick Theodore as Co-Director for the Carnegie Center for Surgical Innovation. Dr. Theodore is the Donlin M. Long Professor of Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University and directs the Johns Hopkins Neurosurgical Spine Center. An internationally … Continue reading

Motion Correction for High-Resolution Cone-Beam CT: Paper by Sisniega et al.

A paper published by Dr. Alejandro Sisniega (Research Associate, Department of Biomedical Engineering) and colleagues at the I-STAR Lab describes a new method for correcting patient motion in cone-beam CT (CBCT). Because CBCT often involves scan times >10 sec (for … Continue reading

Imaging for Safer Surgery – Michael Ketcha’s Algorithm for Targeting the Deformed Spine

A recent paper by Michael Ketcha and coauthors at the I-STAR Lab reports a method for accurately targeting vertebrae in surgery under conditions of strong spinal deformation. Previous research showed a method by which target vertebrae defined in preoperative CT … 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

I-STARs at 101st RSNA Conference in Chicago

At the 101st meeting of the RSNA, four presentations from the I-STAR Lab highlight new research in CT imaging physics. Topics range from the development of a new cone-beam CT system for detection of traumatic brain injury to dual-energy CT for detection of bone marrow … Continue reading