University of Waterloo

Category: Bias Field Correction in Endorectal Diffusion Imaging

  • Jeffrey Glaister

    Jeffrey Glaister

    My research interests are in the fields of pattern recognition and image processing, applied to biomedical imaging. I am interested in developing image processing algorithms to automate the analysis of medical images, such as those captured using MRI, X-ray or other modalities. Other work is in the area of novel video compression algorithms.

  • Dorothy Lui

    Dorothy Lui

    I am passionate about image processing and pattern recognition, particularly in applications in biomedical imaging. My current research involves developing new algorithms to automate segmentation of particular features in biomedical images.

  • Bias Field Correction in Endorectal Diffusion Imaging

    Bias Field Correction in Endorectal Diffusion Imaging

    Diffusion-weighted MRI (DWI) has been useful in prognosis due to its improved visualization of dense cancerous tissue due to restricted diffusion of water in these regions. An additional endorectal coil has been used to improve the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) in the prostate gland region however introduces an undesirable bias field which shows increased intensity nearest…

  • Alexander Wong

    Alexander Wong

    My research interests lie in the field of artificial intelligence and computational imaging, with a focus on scalable and explainable deep learning and computational biomedical imaging systems.