Congrats Maribel Torres-Velázquez, PhD!

MIMRTL team member Maribel Torres-Velázquez succesfully defended her PhD thesis in the Department of Biomedical Engineering entitled “Deep Learning and Radiomics Applied to Magnetic Resonance Images of the Brain and Muscles to Better Detect Disease.” …

Congrats to our Undergraduate Research Scholars

This past academic year three undergraduate students participated in the undergraduate research scholars (URS) program with MIMRTL. Here are more details about their projects: Analysis of Probabilistic Classifiers for Disease Detection in Medical Imaging Camilla …

Congrats 2022 Graduates!

A hearty congratulations to our MIMRTL team members who graduated in May 2022!   Graduating team members include: Matthew Parker, BS, Computer Science Helena Van Hemmen, BS, Applied Mathematics, Engineering, and Physics Zeming Xie, MS, …

Spotlight: Meet our Scientist, Sam Hurley!

Samuel Hurley, Ph.D. (he/him) Hometown: Waukesha, WI, USA Lab Position: Scientist What is your current research area? My background is quantitative neuroimaging, so sequences to map parameters like T1, T2, etc. as well as more …

New paper published on synthetic CT generation

Xue Li and Dr. Alan B. McMillan just published a new article in the Practical Radiation Oncology  journal entitled ‘Synthetic CT Generation from 0.35T MR Images for MR-only Radiation Therapy Planning Using Perceptual Loss Models’. …