2012 Winter Project Week:CMFreg

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Key Investigators

  • UNC: Beatriz Paniagua, Martin Styner
  • University of Michigan: Lucia Cevidanes


We have developed a sequence of fully automated voxel-wise rigid registration that utilizes stable structures of reference for assessment of craniofacial changes overtime.The major strengths of this method are that registration does not depend on the precision of the 3D surface models and that a “stable structure of reference” can be used without the simple “best fit” of all surfaces.

Approach, Plan

Troubleshoot potential errors. Decide next steps. Slicer4.


We are applying for funding in a Collab NAMIC grant with scope in dentistry. Among other things, the proposed project contemplates improving, fixing and porting CMFreg to Slicer4.

Delivery Mechanism

This work will be delivered to the NA-MIC Kit as a

  1. Slicer Module
    1. Extension -- commandline
    2. Extension -- loadable