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Advanced Pulmonary Physiomic Imaging Lab



The Use of Surrounding Lung Parenchyma for the Automated Classification of Pulmonary Nodules
A Systematic Investigation of the Effect of Parenchyma on the Classification of Pulmonary Nodules
Improved Pulmonary Nodule Classification Utilizing Lung Parenchyma Texture Features
Multi-Imaging Modality, Longitudinal, Whole Body Screening Development for Phenotyping Genetic Disease Models in Swine
Phenotyping Genetically Modified Swine Models: Systematic Detection of Abnormalities in Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Consistent and Reproducible Positioning in Longitudinal Imaging for Phenotyping Genetically Modified Swine
Analysis of the Effect of slice thickness on Quantitative Measures Extracted from Computed Tomography (CT) Scans
Analysis of Dosage Effects on the Comparison of In-Vivo and Fixed Ex-Vivo Airway Measurements from Computed Tomography (CT) Scans
Closed Looop Perfusion Fixation for the Validation of Quantitative CT (QCT) Metrics
Developing a Clinical Database to Pursue Early, Noninvasive Lung Cancer Diagnosis
Investigation of High-Resolution PET/CT for Prediction of Regional Lymph Node (LN) Metastasis in Head-Neck Cancer (HNC)
Survey of Semi-Automatic Segmentation Tools for Computed Tomography (CT) Lung Cancer Assessment
Endotracheal Tube Compensation for Respiratory Impedance Mesaurements Using Time-Domain and Frequency-Domain Approaches
Distribution of Advective Ventilation in a Three-Dimensional Canine Lung
Comparison of Flow Measurements Using a Pneumotachograph and Hot-Wire Anemometer During Mechanical Ventilation with Volatile Anesthetics
Computational Modeling of Gas Transport during Oscillatory Ventilation
Cross Volume & Longitudinal Assessment of Micro-CT Lung Images for the Assessment of Regional Lung Mechanics in Mouse Models