Seminar: Dr. Eric Grimson, MIT, "Computer Vision for Surgery and Disease Analysis", Sept. 30, 2:30 pm, RIC 119 (Expired)

FACULTY OF SCIENCE SEMINAR

Friday, Sept. 30, 2:30 pm, RIC 119

Dr. Eric Grimson, BSc'75 (High Hons)

Chancellor, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

2011 Lifetime Achievement Award

Topic: COMPUTER VISION FOR SURGERY AND DISEASE ANALYSIS

Over the past few decades, computer vision techniques have played an increasing role in the practice of medicine. Segmentation methods that incorporate shape, appearance and atlas information provide detailed 3D reconstruction of patient-specific anatomy. Flexible registration methods align segmented models with patients for surgical planning and intra-operative guidance. Related registration methods align populations of images to support isolation of disease specific changes, as well as temporal evolution of those changes. We will review recent advances in these and related areas, highlighting the impact of computer vision methods in emerging medical practice.


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