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Bio-Medical Image Processing with MATLAB

  • Thursday, July 31, 2014, 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM

DESCRIPTION:

MATLAB provides the tools for analyzing and visualizing medical images and for developing advanced imaging algorithms used in a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic medical applications. 
 
Using MATLAB products you can read and write DICOM images, automate acquisition of images and video from imaging hardware, create custom visualizations for images and video sequences, develop new ideas using a library of reference-standard algorithms and create scripts to automate repetitive tasks.
 
We will begin the session by showing you how to use MATLAB to import, analyze and visualize medical images.  We will then step through series of examples to demonstrate how MATLAB can be used in a wide range of medical applications to explore ideas and automate your workflow.
 
Highlights include:
•Importing medical images
•Quantification of tissue metastasis
•Volume visualization from a brain MRI image stack
•Measurement of vessel tortuosity
 

Contact Information
Lane Medical Library
Phone: 650-723-6831
laneaskus@stanford.edu
Instructor(s)
MATLAB Engineer
Location
(LKSC) LK120, 1st floor, Lecture Hall - 94
Stanford, CA
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