Ben Glocker is the guest editor together with Nikos Paragios (Ecole Centrale Paris) and Ramin Zabih (Cornell NYC Tech / Weill Cornell Radiology) of a special issue on Discrete Graphical Models in Biomedical Image Analysis, which will be published in Vol. 27 of Medical Image Analysis in January 2016. The special issue has nine excellent … Continued
We have a number of PhD projects on offer for 2016. Deadlines for applications are approaching soon. As part of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Medical Imaging: Application-Driven MR Imaging using Machine Learning Label Propagation in Large-Scale Image Databases Deep learning for early detection of lung cancer in patients at risk Fetal functional … Continued
Members of the BioMedIA group have been very successful at this year’s MICCAI computational challenges.PhD student Konstantinos Kamnitsas has won the ISLES 2015 challenge with his approach based on Multi-Scale Convolutional Neural Nets. Master student Isabel Lopez was ranked 2nd in the Automatic Intervertebral Disc Segmentation from MRI with her approach using classification forests with … Continued
We have 9 papers accepted at MICCAI 2015, including Flexible reconstruction and correction of unpredictable motion from stacks of 2D images: B. Kainz, A. Alansary, C. Malamateniou, K. Keraudren, M. Rutherford, J. V. Hajnal, D. Rueckert Multi-Level Parcellation of the Cerebral Cortex Using Resting-State fMRI: S. Arslan and D. Rueckert Automated Localization of Fetal Organs in MRI … Continued
We have five papers accepted at IPMI 2015. The following papers will be presented: Joint Spectral Decomposition for the Parcellation of the Human Cerebral Cortex Using Resting-state fMRI – Salim Arslan, Sarah Parisot, Daniel Rueckert Self-Aligning Manifolds for Matching Disparate Medical Image Datasets – Christian Baumgartner, Alberto Gomez, Lisa Koch, James Housden, Christoph Kolbitsch, Jamie … Continued
We have been granted an Innovative Engineering for Health Award of £10 million funded by the Wellcome Trust and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to develop new computer guided ultrasound technologies that will allow screening of fetal abnormalities in an automated and uniform fashion. We will use state of the art techniques … Continued
“UK scientists have embarked on a six-year project to map how nerve connections develop in babies’ brains while still in the womb and after birth. By the time a baby takes its first breath many of the key pathways between nerves have already been made. And some of these will help determine how a baby … Continued
We have launched a new website for our Developing Human Connectome Project funded by an ERC Synergy Grant. You can visit the website here.