New paper published on motion robust PET brain imaging

MIMRTL members Dr. Matthew Spangler-Bickell (alum), Dr. Samuel Hurley, and Dr. Alan McMillan recently published a new paper in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine for motion-robust PET brain image reconstruction. This approach leverages a fully data-driven approach using a ultra-short PET frames (approximately 1 second long) to estimate head motion during a PET scan. This motion information can then be utilized in an improved reconstruction approach to create a single, motion-reconstructed image.  Utilization of the motion-corrected reconstruction yielded better image quality and less variation of PET SUV values.

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