Dinsie Williams

Dinsie worked with Jeff Siewerdsen at the University of Toronto on the development of a new dual-energy chest imaging system for improved detection of early-stage lung cancer. She completed her…

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Felicia Wang

Felicia was a summer student at the I-STAR Lab and Carnegie Center for Surgical Innovation, where she worked on two main projects: (1) a large statistical atlas of spine anatomy;…

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Adam Wang, Ph.D.

Adam worked as a Research Scientist at the I-STAR Lab and pioneered several areas of model-based 3D image reconstruction methods to improve cone-beam CT image quality and reduce radiation dose…

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Aaron Waese

Aaron was Dr. Siewerdsen's first undergraduate research assistant at the University of Toronto and is the original author of the SPEKTR algorithm for x-ray spectral calculation. (spektr) After earning his…

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Carlos Varon

Carlos Varon worked with Dr. Siewerdsen at the University of Toronto, where his work involved the development of dual-energy imaging for improved diagnostic performance in early-stage lung cancer detection. Carlos…

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Daniel Tward

Daniel began work with Dr. Siewerdsen as a Research Assistant at the University of Toronto, where his work included modeling of 3D imaging performance (noise-power and NEQ) for cone-beam CT.…

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Jordan Silverman

Jordan worked with Dr. Siewerdsen at the University of Toronto, where his Master's research involved the low-dose limits of lung nodule detectability in chest CT. Jordan developed a lung nodule…

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William Shyr

William Shyr is an undergraduate in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. He currently works on the analysis of 3D joint space from high-resolution 3D images and its correlation with biomechanical…

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Sebastian Schafer, Ph.D.

Dr. Schafer was a Research Scientist at the I-STAR Lab in Hopkins BME, where his worked involved the physics of image quality and dose in C-arm cone-beam CT as well…

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Sam Richard, Ph.D.

Dr. Richard was Dr. Siewerdsen's first PhD student in Medical Biophysics at the University of Toronto. Sam's research involved the first development of cascaded systems analysis and task-based detectability index…

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