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James V. Miller

Jim Miller is a Senior Scientist in the Interventional and Therapy Laboratory at GE Research. In this role, Jim has developed techniques for segmentation, registration, detection, and quantification for oncology, pulmonology, cardiology, neurology and surgery applications in CT, PET, MR, and X-Ray. This technology has been deployed on review workstations as well as integrated into the scanner platforms. Jim was the architect of the image processing pipeline for the Insight Toolkit (ITK) and architect for the 3D Slicer generic execution model.

Before joining GE Research, Jim received a PhD in Computer Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he developed segmentation techniques based on robust statistics.

Within NA-MIC, Jim is part of the Engineering Core and Site PI for GE Research. Here, he is adding technology to ITK to support the needs of NA-MIC and developing a module plugin and scheduling architecture for the 3D Slicer.

Jim's technology interests include

  • statistical methods for segmentation, quantification, and detection
  • atlas based methods for clinical applications
  • registration methods for longitudinal analysis and motion compensation

Jim has extensive experience in C++, object oriented programming, software architectures, software testing, and open source software. Jim has 20 US Patents and 40 publications in the field.


Email: millerjv at ge dot com

Websites: Research Gate, LinkedIn, Ohloh, github