Jongheun Yoo

Jongheun earned his Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering at Hopkins, where his work involved the integration of electromagnetic tracking with C-arm cone-beam CT for image-guided surgery. He implemented an early…

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Thomas Yi

Thomas Yi was an undergraduate in Hopkins Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science. His project focused on adapting the UR5 robotic arm for use in high-precision, image-guided tool placement with the…

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Ran Yan

Ran was a summer student from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China. During her work at the I-STAR Lab, she developed a 3D-printed phantom for evaluation of CT spatial resolution…

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Shiyu Xu, Ph.D.

Dr. Xu worked as a postdoctoral fellow with Dr. Web Stayman in Biomedical Engineering Hopkins, where his research included advanced 3D image reconstruction algorithms, including Known-Component Reconstruction (KC-Recon). His work…

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Jennifer Xu, Ph.D.

Jennifer Xu earned her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.¬† Her research involved the development, characterization, and modeling of photon counting detectors and new methods for photon counting¬†spectral…

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Kyle Xiong

Kyle worked as the laboratory technician, running the I-STAR x-ray bench and assisting in dual-energy imaging of rheumatoid arthritis.Kyle completed an internship at Takeda pharmaceuticals and is pursuing his PhD…

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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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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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