We welcome Mohammad Salmanpour, who has been working with us closely since 2017 (from Tehran Polytechnic), now staying with us as exchange PhD student. Mohammad focuses on improved prediction of outcome in Parkinson’s disease (PD) using machine learning algorithms.
Today we bid farewell to the incredible Wenbing Lyu, visiting PhD student for the past year from Southern Medical University, Guangzhu, China. Wenbing has led significant efforts towards robust radiomics analyses, including PET-CT “fusion radiomics”, for prediction of outcome in head & neck cancer patients.
We are excited to have Julia Brosch visiting us from LMU (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich). Julia obtained her BSc (physics) in 2014 (thesis: multi-phase tracer kinetics in Lutetium-177-DOTATATE therapy of NETs for optimized kidney dosimetry) and MSc (medical physics) in 2017 (thesis: dosimetric approaches for Yttrium-90 SIRT based on quantitative SPECT and PET images).
Congratulations to Saeed Ashrafinia who has been awarded the 2018 Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) Bradley-Alavi Student Fellowship!
Our very own Yansong Zhu was invited by the Optical Society (OSA) to blog for a workshop/incubator on Computational Modeling and Performance Metrics for Imaging System Desig
We are pleased to announce Saeed Ashrafinia (PhD candidate) has received the Expanding Horizons Travel Grant.
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