SERVICE PROJECTS

Our partners have access to our early phase development tools

One of the important missions of CVIT is to extend the effectiveness of ongoing research in CT imaging through Service Projects (SPs).

Computer model of lungs - Non-parenchyma
Computer model of lungs - Non-parenchyma

One of the important missions of CVIT is to extend the effectiveness of ongoing research in CT imaging through Service Projects (SPs). Our SP partners have access to our early phase development tools, which will be grown and enhanced through the course of the Center’s progression.
In contrast to collaborative projects (CPs), SPs do not drive the development of new technologies, but utilize our resources for providing answers to meaningful and impactful questions with strong scientific or clinical merit.

Email us to propose a service project

cvit-inquire@duke.edu

Active SPs

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  • Validation schemes of noise stabilization and autocalibration techniques

    Institute: Harvard University (Cambridge, United States)
    PI: Gonzalo Vegas Sanchez-Ferrero, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3
  • Realistic simulation of cardiorespiratory motion patterns for coronary artery interventions

    Institute: École de Technologie Supérieure (Montréal, Canada)
    PI: Luc Duong, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3
  • Optimization and evaluation of personalized task-based motion correction methods in PET/CTs

    Institute: Yale University (New Haven, United States)
    PI: Chi Liu, Ph.D.; Michael Casey, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2
  • Anthropomorphic astronaut phantoms to investigate cosmic radiation exposure for deep space missions

    Institute: German Aerospace Center, NASA (Washington D.C., United States)
    PI: Thomas Berger, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2
  • Novel imaging technologies in the presence of respiratory and cardiac motion

    Institute: University of Sydney (Sydney, Australia)
    PI: Paul Keall, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3
  • Development of advanced 4D-CBCT reconstruction methods

    Institute: UT Southwestern (Dallas, United States)
    PI: Jing Wang, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2
  • Matching CT datasets to phantom models for improved organ dose estimation

    Institute: Marquette University (Milwaukee, United States)
    PI: Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Ph.D.; and Petr Jordan, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1
  • Impact of CT system design on artificial intelligence performance

    Institute: Stanford University (Stanford, United States)
    PI: Adam Wang, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3
  • Using virtual images and readers to optimize a consortium analytical pipeline for lung cancer nodule malignancy

    Institute: Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Sinai Health System (Toronto, Canada)
    PI: Rayjean Hung, Ph.D.
    Interactions: TR&D 1, TR&D 2, TR&D 3

Past SPs

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