Tag Archives: Johns Hopkins University

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

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

Ja Reaungamornrat Earns PhD in Computer Science

Sureerat (Ja) Reaungamornrat successfully defended her PhD dissertation, entitled “Deformable Image Registration for Surgical Guidance Using Intraoperative Cone-Beam CT” in December 2016. Her work addresses new methods for deformable image registration in image-guided interventions, including: (1) a hybrid model for … 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

Congratulations! Dr. Jean-Paul Wolinsky, Professor of Neurosurgery.

Congratulations!!! to Dr. Jean-Paul Wolinsky, MD, promoted to Professor of Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University.  Dr. Wolinsky’s work focuses on the development of minimally invasive surgical techniques for the resection and stabilization of neoplastic disease of the spine and novel surgical strategies for pathology … Continue reading