The Biomedical Imaging Group comprises the following teams:
On-going projects cover a wide range of imaging modalities (Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Positron Emission Tomography, Computerised Tomography, ultrasound, optical imaging) and aim at fusing anatomical, functional and molecular information. Our approach is to embed into image processing algorithms expert knowledge from physiology, biology, pathology, and the physics of the imaging acquisition. We are developing novel shape, signal, and anatomical models at different levels: body, organ, and tissue.
The Surgical Simulation and Planning team at the Australian e-Health Research Centre performs cutting edge research and development of computer-based surgical training and pre-operative planning software. Our aim is to improve patient safety by reducing the need for on patient training and provide surgical teams with the tools required to improve surgical outcomes.
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