Educating and training scientists on how the Center’s resources can aid their research
- Dr. Taguchi will present his view on the key technology for the next generation of PC-CT and the current status of research activities.
- (April 22, 2022) Craig Abbey from the University of California, Santa Barbara describes a psychophysical methodology that has proven useful for understanding how human observers extract basic features related to task performance in noisy images.
- (March 18, 2022) Andreu Badal of the US FDA gives an introduction to FDA evaluation of x-ray imaging systems and image processing software. He also discusses the FDA Medical Device Development Tool program and other mechanisms that the FDA is considering for use of virtual imaging in regulatory submissions.
- (Feb 18, 2022) Alex Frangi from the University of Leeds overviews their work to realize the vision of in silico trials in medical devices in the cardiovascular domain.
- (Jan 21, 2022) Ilian Häggmark from the University of Tokyo and Kian Shaker from KTH explore the potential clinical impact of phase-contrast chest radiography through a virtual study using XCAT phantoms and state-of-the-art simulations.
- (Dec 17, 2021) Predrag Bakic of the University of Pennsylvania presents his work using Virtual Clinical Trials to evaluate simultaneous digital breast tomosynthesis and mechanical imaging (DBTMI). DBTMI is a novel multimodality imaging method with potential to improve sensitivity and specificity of breast cancer screening.