New IPILab website URL

July 20th, 2017

IPILab has officially moved its website to the new URL at:

http://ipilab.usc.edu

Please update your bookmarks. Look forward to more website updates in the future!

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IPILAB UPDATE: Congratulations to Dr. Ximing Wang!

March 7th, 2017

Congratulations to Dr. Ximing Wang! He just passed his Ph.D. defense in Biomedical Engineering, USC on March 2nd, 2017, with his PhD dissertation, “An Intelligent Workflow Engine Informatics System (IWEIS) with Knowledge Discovery Tools for Imaging-Based Clinical Trials”, which is a critical breakthrough in the imaging informatics field.
phd-defense

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IPILab has moved to USC Park Campus

October 16th, 2014

We have moved from our previous location in Annenberg Research Park to within the Department of Biomedical Engineering on the USC University Park Campus, in the Denney Research Center Building. Our new location helps to create a more convenient research and learning environment, which encourages more collaborations and sharing of ideas with other research groups in our BME department. We welcome you to visit our new laboratory and offices at:

Denney Research Center (DRB) 264
1042 Downey Way
Los Angeles, CA 90089-1111
Telephone: 213.821.8395

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IPILab Update: RSNA 2013

August 20th, 2013

The IPILab have 4 abstracts accepted to RSNA (Radiological Society of North America) 2013.

The list is as follows:
Web-based DICOM-SR Viewer for CAD data of multiple sclerosis lesions in an imaging informatics-based eFolder
Authors: Brent Liu, Kevin Ma, Jeff Zhang

An open source, rich-client web application for visualizing DICOM RT data
Authors: Brent J. Liu, Ruchi R. Deshpande, David Clunie, John DeMarco, Jorge Documet

Web-based neurological pain classifier tool utilizing Bayesian decision theory for pain classification in spinal cord injury patients.
Authors: Sneha K. Verma, Sophia Chun, Brent J. Liu

An imaging informatics-based system with a novel intelligent workflow engine to support rehabilitation clinical trial research
Authors: Brent Liu, Ximing Wang, Clarisa Martinez, Carolee Winstein

We would appreciate your interests in our topics.

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IPILab Update: RSNA 2011

August 24th, 2011

IPILab have 10 abstracts accepted to RSNA (Radiological Society of North America) 2011, as well as two abstracts from our collaborators.

The list is as follows:

  • Extending Imaging Informatics beyond Radiology: A Web-based Multimedia System to Improve Decision Support through Movement Analysis of Elite Athletes [Educational Exhibit]
  • Clinical Experiences and Challenges from the Implementation of a Zero Footprint Mobile DICOM WADO Display Solution for Smartphones and Tablets [Poster]
  • A Novel Multimedia Electronic Patient Record (ePR) system to Enhance the Workflow, Accuracy, and Management of Various Types of Image-assisted (IA) Surgery [Computer Exhibit]
  • Data Mining Utilizing DICOM RT Objects for Knowledge Discovery in Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer.[Poster]
  • Spatial Normalization of Lesioned Brains: Impact on fMRI Region of Interest Analyses. [Poster]
  • A Comprehensive Online Imaging Informatics Systems for a Large Scale Clinical Stroke Rehabilitation Trial.[Computer Exhibit]
  • An Automatic Multiple Sclerosis Lesion Tracking Tool for Longitudinal MRI Studies. [Educational Exhibit]
  • Evaluation of Stereoscopic 3D Digital Mammography on Lesion Assessment and Confidence Levels: A Preliminary Study [Poster]
  • A Dynamic Online Radiology Directory and Request Queuing System to Increase Efficiency and Enhance Clinician-Radiologist Communication Workflow. [Poster]
  • A timeline widget correlating MRI lesion load and EDSS parameters in a large cohort for MS patients. [Computer Exhibit]

Tow abstracts from Collaborators:

Maria Law, PhD, Hong Kong University :

  • The Efficacy of Lingzhi (Ganoderma Lucidum) on Radiation Side Effects and Quality of Life in Patients with Nasopharyngeal Cancer Undergoing Radiotherapy [Poster and Presentation]

Anh Le, PhD, University of Florida:

  • Automatic Treatment Plan Evaluation Utilizing a Web-based Electronic Patient Record (ePR) System and a Computer-aided Evaluation (CAE) for Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) Plans [Poster]

We would appreciate your interests in our topics.

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IPILab Update: Congratulations to Dr. Jasper Lee

August 24th, 2011

Contratulations to Dr. Jasper Lee! He obtained his doctoral of philosophy degree in Biomedical Engineering, USC in the December, 2010. His PhD thesis, “Molecular imaging data grid (MIDG) for multi-site small animal imaging research based on OGSA and IHE XDS-i”, is a critical breakthrough in the imaging informatics field.

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IPILab Update: June 29th, 2010

June 29th, 2010

It has been several months since our last update, and we have several big news:

1. Congratulations to Dr. Anh Le, who has successfully defended her PhD thesis titled “Mining an ePR System Using A Treatment Plan Navigator for Radiation Toxicity to Evaluate Proton Therapy Treatment Protocol for Prostate Cancer” this April, and has since obtained her doctoral degree in Biomedical Engineering. We would like to congratulate and commend her for her hard work and wish her well in her future careers.

2. IPILab has moved to our new location earlier this June. We are now located in Kerkhoff Hall on University Park Campus, closer to other research facilities in Department of Biomedical Engineering. We are very excited about new research possibilities, including collaborations with other engineering laboratories, with our move, and we will also continue our close relationships with our existing and new research collaborators at the Health Science Campus. Our official address is:

Annenberg Research Park
734 West Adams Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90089-8300
Wk: 213.743.2520
Fx: 213.743.2962

Please stay tuned for our upcoming updates regarding our projects, our RSNA 2010 submissions, and other news.

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IPILab Update: SPIE 2010

February 19th, 2010

IPILab had a total number of 10 presentations and 1 poster presentation in this year’s SPIE Medical Imaging Conference in San Diego, CA. We would like to thank all of you who came to the conference and listened to our presentations and discussions. We would also like to congratulate Mr. Jasper Lee for winning the Cum Laude award for his poster presentation titled “Data Migration and Persistence Management in a Medical Imaging Informatics Data Grid.”

We have also completed and distributed our 2010 Annual Report during the SPIE conference. We also have made our past annual reports (from 2004 to 2010) available to download at http://www.ipilab.org/AnnualReport. Printed books are also available to pick up at our office.

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IPILab Update: Jan. 2010

January 6th, 2010

Happy New Year to all!

Here are some updates from the IPILab:

1. Congratulations to Ms Anh Le and Mr. Jasper Lee for passing their respective qualifying exams for the PhD program. They are expected to graduate with Biomedical Engineering PhD degrees later this year.

2. IPILab welcomes back Dr. James Fernandez as a post-doctoral T32 trainee for the year of 2009-2010. His projects include Computer-aided diagnosis of Acute Intracranial Hemorrhage and a electronic patient record for Multiple Sclerosis patients.

3. We have successfully showcased our projects and exhibits this past RSNA conference in November-December 2009. If you had a chance to visit our exhibits and posters, thank you for your interests. You can view our RSNA brochure by clicking here.

4. We will be attending this year’s SPIE Medical Imaging Conference ( http://spie.org/x12166.xml) in San Diego, CA from February 13th to 18th, 2010. The program is available to download from SPIE’s website. This year IPILab will have 10 oral presentations and 1 poster presentation, as well as 2 oral presentations from our collaborators. The complete list of our topics will be made available shortly.

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IPILab Moving Update

September 2nd, 2009

IPILab has moved to a new location. We are still located on the Health Science Campus at USC, but now our offices are located at CSC 105 and 106, next to the USC Molecular Imaging Center. Our mailing address has changed to: 2250 Alcazar St. CSC/IGM 105, Los Angeles, CA 90033. Our complete contact information will be available in the upcoming days. In the meantime, please email Angelica at avirgen@usc.edu or come visit us directly.

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