Presentation by our fantastic co-op student, Roberto Fedrigo, to the UBC Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference (MURC), with title, “Phantom-guided optimization of prostate cancer PET imaging using radioactive epoxy lesions”:
Our article on dynamic whole-body imaging has been ranked among
This is a good piece (Siemens) outlining a new direction in PET imaging: Think Whole-body Dynamic PET Imagings for Research Only?
The following point/counterpoint was just published in Med. Phys. It was a fun and interesting piece to write, and both Adam and I seem to have converged towards the end on a need for careful assessment of this issue within a task-based framework. It’s a short piece with lots of concise observations:
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