Tag Archives: iterative reconstruction

Task-Driven CT: Paper by Grace Gang in Phys Med Biol.

A paper published this month in the journal of Physics in Medicine and Biology reports a method that “takes imaging physics to task” to improve CT image quality and reduce dose. Grace Gang and coauthors Jeff Siewerdsen and Web Stayman … 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

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

I-STARs at the 2017 SPIE Medical Imaging Conference

Eleven I-STARs will attend the 2017 SPIE Medical Image Conference in Orlando, FL from February 11-16, 2017 where they will present research in Image Registration, Cone-Beam CT, Image Reconstruction and Image-Guided Surgery. A complete schedule of talks and posters – … Continue reading

I-STARs at 102nd RSNA Meeting in Chicago

I-STARs present their research at the 102nd RSNA assembly and annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Michael Brehler discussed “Quantitative Assessment of Trabecular Bone Microarchitecture Using High-Resolution Extremities Cone-Beam CT” on  Sunday November 27th  from 11:55-12:05pm. Jeff Siewerdsen, PhD presented … Continue reading