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Recently we have a new paper accepted by MICCAI 2016: Dynamically Balanced Online Random Forests for Interactive Segmentation. The work is part of the Gift-Surg project.

Algorithm scheme that illustrates the lesion filling proces

The Translational Imaging Group, in collaboration with the Queen's Square Multiple Sclerosis Centre, recently published work in NeuroImage on multiple sclerosis lesion filling.

The Special Lecture, titled The Future of Image Guided Neurosurgery was delivered to a delegate group of clinical and non-clinical specialists and featured work on the EPI-Nav project. This symposium is the ninth in a series of focused high level symposia that address specific areas of epileptology, with a particular emphasis on the place of surgical treatments. This symposium focuses on the place of surgical treatment the treatment of epilepsies with acquired causes: stroke, trauma, tumour, infections and autoimmune conditions, with keynote lectures on the role of the blood–brain barrier and inflammatory pathways in the pathogenesis of epilepsies.

On Friday 24 June 2016 the EPSRC Image-Guided Therapies UK Network+ was launched at UCL. 

 

The 32nd Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS 2016) will be held at the ExCeL Centre in London from the 14th to 17th September 2016. The Translational Imaging Group, in collaboration with the Queen's Square Multiple Sclerosis Centre, has contributed many of this year's abstracts, including two oral presentations. Read the full article to see the complete list of acceptances.  

Sjoerd Vos was one of three invited faculty at the second “Advanced Workshop on Diffusion Tensor Imaging” held at the Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Tehran, Iran. This workshop covered the principal aspects from diffusion-weighting in MRI, through tensor estimation, data quality checks, through advanced modelling of complex fibre configurations and microstructural properties.

The Preterm Imaging Team recently published work in Brain and Behavior on cortical spectral matching in our neonatal cohort.

 

Eliza Orasanu, Andrew Melbourne, M. Jorge Cardoso, Herve Lombaert, Giles S. Kendall, Nicola J. Robert- son, Neil Marlow, and Sebastien Ourselin. Cortical folding of the preterm brain: a longitudinal analysis of extremely-preterm born neonates using spectral matching. Brain and Behavior, In Press, 2016.