2014 How about the Future
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This page contains talking points for the opening session of the NA-MIC AHM 2014 (the last one).
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What we have accomplished
- Created an outstanding scientific and engineering community in the field of Medical Image Computing (MIC).
- Investigated novel algorithmic approaches: Particle systems, registration algorithms, segmentation algorithms,
- Created the NA-MIC kit, a free open source platform for MIC and the basis for 3D Slicer.
- 3D Slicer is today a platform with worldwide impact.
- Robust algorithms for segmentation in the face of anatomical variability: label fusion
- A novel framework for modeling brain connectivity networks
- Robust pipeline for processing clinical brain images
- Automatic 4D segmentation of longitudinal brain MRI in severe TBI
- NAMIC researchers take lead in novel spatio-temporal image and shape analysis methodologies (Whitaker, Styner, Gerig, Tannenbaum and colleagues)
Where we go from here
- Project week will continue.
- 3D Slicer 4 will continue.
- The remaining months of NA-MIC funding will be used to simplify the submission of extensions.
- NIH mandated sunset for NA-MIC in June 2014.
- NAC funded through 2018. Ron Kikinis
- QIICR funded through 2018. Ron Kikinis, Andrey Fedorov
- "An Open Source Software for Proton Treatment Planning," NCI/Federal Share Grant C06-CA059267 funded through Dec 2014, Greg Sharp
- 4DShape"4D Shape Analysis for Modeling Spatiotemporal Change Trajectories in Huntington's" (NINDS, 07/01/12- 06/30/15) PIs Gerig/Fletcher Utah, co-investigators Johnson/Paulsen Iowa
- NA-MIC Collaboration R01 (NIDCR) on "Quantification of 3D Bony Changes in Temporomandibular joint osteoarthritis", PI Cevidanes/U Michigan, co-investigators Martin Styner/Beatriz Paniagua/UNC, Steve Piper
- Several other grants are being worked on
- "MABS," an end-user software for multi-atlas segmentation, Greg Sharp