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Overview of Queens DBP 2
Image-Guided Percutaneous Surgery
The Queen’s & Hopkins teams are developing novel systems and procedures for image-guided percutaneous needle-based surgical procedures. We develop a closely related family of systems guided by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the diagnostics and treatment of prostate cancer and musculoskeletal conditions. The overall objective of this DBP is to create working clinical applications based on the NAMIC toolkit, namely Slicer and ITK/VTK tools. More...
Data is provided at the following link: Queens Data.
Queens Roadmap Project
The Queen’s/Hopkins team is developing novel devices and procedures for cancer interventions, including biopsy and therapies. Our roadmap project involves the development of an application for image-guided trans-rectal biopsy, utilizing a needle positioning robot with an integrated MRI RF coil. More...
The Queen’s/Hopkins team is developing novel devices and procedures for cancer interventions, including biopsy and therapies. This particular project involves design and development of a hardware/software system that can be used in either clinical mode to perform an intervention or in training mode to objectively evaluate the performance of trainee doing a percutaneous needle intervention on a phantom. More...