Some of our newest publications:
Archip et al. Non-rigid alignment of pre-operative MRI, fMRI, and DT-MRI with intra-operative MRI for enhanced visualization and navigation in image-guided neurosurgery.
NeuroImage 2007; 35:609-624.
Martin-Fernandez et al. Sequential anisotropic Wiener filtering applied to 3D MRI data.
Magn Reson Imaging. 2007;25(2):278-92.
Matthews et al. Protrusion of Hardware Impairs Forearm Rotation After Olecranon Fixation. A Report of Two Cases
J. Bone Joint Surg. Am. 2007; 89(3):638-642.
Zou et al. Receiver-Operating Characteristic Analysis for Evaluating Diagnostic Tests and Predictive Models.
Goldberg-Zimring et al. Novel image processing techniques to better understand white matter disruption in multiple sclerosis.
Autoimmun Rev. 2006 Oct;5(8):544-8.
|Award Recipients for the
21st Century Achievement Awards|
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|On Monday, June 2, 2003, at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.,|
the Computerworld Honors Program presented 21st Century Achievement Awards
to twelve outstanding organizations, for their innovative use of information technology.
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|In Medicine||Surgical Planning Laboratory, Brigham and Women's Hospital
For "3D Surgical Planning Visualization"
Nominated by Sun Microsystems
|Press Release|| ||Case Study|
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|From more than 400 nominations submitted this year by the 100 industry chairmen and CEO's who serve on the program's Chairmen's Committee, 313 were honored as Laureates at ceremonies in San Francisco, on April 6, 2003, when their case studies officially became part of the Computerworld Honors 2003 Collection. Of these, 60 Finalists were chosen by a panel of distinguished judges to attend last night's gala in Washington, D.C., at which 12 were announced winners of the award. more...|| ||Intense processing of two-dimensional MR and CT scan images yields a much more valuable three-dimensional volumetric image of the brain, which highlights changes over time and provides an ideal environment for pre-surgical planning. Directed by Dr. Ron Kikinis, the SPL is really a federation of labs headed
by internationally recognized authorities in the field. Dr. Ferenc Jolesz, the
B. Leonard Holman professor of Radiology at the Harvard Medical School
and the Director of Magnetic Resonance Imaging at Brigham and
Women's Hospital. more...|
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