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.
The journal of Medical Image Analysis has accepted our work on minimally interactive segmentation of the placenta from fetal MRI (online available here). This paper is an extention of our MICCAI 2015 paper. Authors: Guotai Wang, Maria A. Zuluaga, Rosalind Pratt, Michael Aertsen, Anna L. David, Jan Deprest, Tom Vercauteren, Sebastien Ourselin.
Congratulations again to Eliza Orasanu for her work on Mapping Longitudinal White Matter Changes in Extremely Preterm Born Infants and Local shape analysis of the thalamus in extremely preterm born young adults. The work received first prize in the Paediatric Study Group session at ISMRM 2016 in Singapore.
Researchers from the Translational Imaging Group and the Dementia Research Centre gave visitors a view through the ‘window into the brain’ at the Science Museum’s April Late event, exploring dementia and neuroscience.
Don't miss the chance to hear Prof Donald Peebles and Dr Dan Stoyanov talk at this year's Pint of Science - the latest UCL research and a wide selection of beers on tap in a lovely venue in Belsize Park, the perfect mid-week antidote: Wed 25 May 2016.
Learn about the unique environment inside the womb and how the latest technology is being used to create a bespoke surgical platform for this field. During the event there will be live demos from the robotics lab and special Pint of Science goodies to be won! Buy Tickets
Congratulations to Eliza Orasanu for her work entitled Mapping Longitudinal White Matter Changes in Extremely Preterm Born Infants. The work received third place in the White Matter Study Group session at ISMRM 2016 in Singapore.