COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS

Collaboration at Every Stage of Development

Extending the reach of the Center and the scientific endeavors of collaborations.

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Collaborative Projects (CPs) extend the reach of the Center while synergistically receiving the benefits of the collaborations to extend their scientific endeavors. Our CPs represent a diverse network of research labs and scientists covering a broad range of research topics, each with a push-pull relationship with the Center to design, optimize, and evaluate CT technologies or applications.

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Active CPs

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  • Development of motion compensated cone-beam CT imaging acquisition and reconstruction methods

    Institute: Washington University (St. Louis, United States)
    PI: Deshan Yang, Ph.D.; Michael H Gach, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2
  • Impact of CT acquisition protocol on CT-derived fractional flow reserve

    Institute: HeartFlow (Redwood City, United States)
    PI: Michiel Schaap, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2
  • In-silicon validation of pulmonary vascular and cardiac volume in non-contrast no-ECG gated CT acquisitions

    Institute: Harvard University (Cambridge, United States)
    PI: Raúl San José Estépar, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3
  • Virtual clinical trials in PET and PET/CT for improved diagnosis of and evaluation of therapies for cancer

    Institute: University of Washington (Seattle, United States)
    PI: Paul Kinahan, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3
  • Optimization of photon counting CT (PCCT) for radiomic quantification

    Institute: NIH Clinical Center (Bethesda, United States)
    PI: Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3
  • Low-dose perfusion CT simulations for filter optimization

    Institute: Radboud University Medical Center (Nijmegen, Netherlands)
    PI: Ioannis Sechopoulos, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3
  • Enabling accurate identification and quantification of brown adipose tissue mass by xenon enhanced computed tomography

    Institute: University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, United States)
    PI: Rosa Tamara Branca, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2
  • Phase-contrast x-ray imaging

    Institute: KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden)
    PI: Hans Hertz, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1
  • Deep radiomic detection and diagnosis for CT Colonography

    Institute: Massachusetts General Hospital (Cambridge, United States)
    PI: Hiroyuki Yoshida, Ph.D.; Janne Näppi, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3
  • Use of anthropomorphic digital phantoms for assessing robustness of radiomic features across CT scanners and scanning parameters in tumor response evaluation

    Institute: Columbia University Medical Center (New York, United States) PI: Binsheng Zhao, D.Sc.; Larry Schwartz, M.D. Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3

Past CPs

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