Medical Imaging Training at Duke University

Past Imaging Technology Fairs

2016 Imaging Technology Fair

    

November 16, 2016  3:00pm - 6:00pm 
Fitzpatrick Center – Schiciano Auditorium A & Pre-Function Area

The 2016 Imaging Technology Fair, which was co-sponsored with the Center for In Vivo Microscopy, included a talk by Visionary Seminar speaker, Dr. Kim Butts-Pauly, Professor of Radiology at Stanford University.  Dr. Butts-Pauly's current research includes MRI-guided focused ultrasound in applications ranging from cancer treatment to functional disorders.

A poster session and reception followed Dr. Butts-Pauly's seminar.  Over 20 graduate students and post-docs were on-hand at the poster session to highlight their medical imaging-related research.  Congratulations to the 2016 Imaging Fair winners!

Most exciting new imaging technology:

Ashlyn Rickard:  Mobile dynamic microscopy of in vivo cancerous tumor vasculature in a mouse window chamber model

Most exciting new image processing technology:

David Cunefare:  Vision and Image Processing Sina Farsiu Lab / BME) - Automated detection of cone photoreceptors in split detector adaptive optics scanning light ophthalmoscope images

Best overall:

Nikolai Rakhilin and Bradley Barth:  Simultaneous optical and electrical in vivo analysis of the enteric nervous system

 

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2015 Imaging Technology Fair

   

October 8, 2015  3:00pm - 6:00pm 
Fitzpatrick Center – Schiciano Auditorium A & Pre-Function Area

The 2015 Imaging Technology Fair was co-sponsored with the Center for In Vivo Microscopy and opened with a lecture by Visionary Seminar speaker, Bill Walker, Ph.D. Dr. Walker is Founder and CTO of HemoSonics and holds a position as Adjunct Professor in Duke's Department of Biomedical Engineering.

A poster session and reception followed Dr. Walker's lecture in which Duke's graduate students and post-docs showcased their amazing research within the medical imaging technology field. Poster winners were announced during the reception.

2015 Poster Winners

Most exciting new imaging technology:

Nick Bottenus
, Will Long, David Bradway, & Gregg Trahey:  Phantom and in vivo demonstration of swept synthetic aperture imaging

Most exciting new image processing technology:

(unable to attend)

Francisco Robles, Sanghamitra Deb, Jesse Wilson, Christina Gainey, M. Angelica Selim, Paul Mosca, Douglas Tyler, Martin Fischer, & Warren Warren:  Assessment of cutaneous melanomas' metastatic potential using pump-probe microscopy

Best overall:

Darin Clark,
Chang-Lung Lee, David Kirsch, & Cristian Badea: Low-dose, 5D CT for the assessment of myocardial injury following partial heart irradiation 

 

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2014 Imaging Technology Fair


October 15, 2014  1:30pm - 5:30pm
Bryan Research Building Auditorium, Rm 103

The 2014 Imaging Technology Fair highlighted the exciting contributions of some of our younger faculty, and informed the basic and clinical science communities about the extraordinary imaging resources available at Duke. A poster session showcasing top-notch research being conducted by Duke graduate students and post-docs followed the lectures. The reception included an award ceremony for best posters.

Speakers

  • Alexandra Badea (CIVM): Quantitative Phenotyping Based on Small Animal Imaging
  • Sina Farsiu (BME/Ophthalmology): Smart Clinical Imaging and Image     Processing
  • Chunlei Liu (Brain Imaging & Analysis Center): Susceptibility Imaging
  • Anthony Kuo (Ophthalmology): Optical Coherence Tomography of the Eye: Applications for Clinical Metrology and Surgery
  • Mark Palmeri (BME): Ultrasonic Tissue Elasticity Imaging: Numerical, Experimental and Clinical Development
  • Thomas Theis (Chemistry): Hyperpolarization Techniques and Long-lived Spin States for Molecular MR

Posters Winners

Most exciting new imaging technology:
Shwetadwip Chowdhury, Joseph Izatt:  Structured Illumination Microscopy for Sub-diffraction Resolution Brightfield and Quantitative Phase Imaging

Most exciting new image processing technology:
Nick Bottenus, Marko Jakovljevic, Lily Kuo, Shalki Kumar, Emad M. Boctor, and Gregg, E. Trahey:  Swept Synthetic Aperture Ultrasound Imaging

Best overall:
Evan Calabrese, Alexandra Badea, Gary Cofer, Yi Qi, G. Allan Johnson:   Microscopic Diffusion Tractography Connectomics of the Mouse Brain

 

Sponsored by the Biomedical Engineering Medical Imaging Training Program and the Center for In Vivo Microscopy.