Through participation in large scale European projects, public private collaborations and bilateral research agreements with leading research organisations, we can provide services in a wide range of quantitative analysis problems, supporting population and clinical research.
Examples of quantitative imaging biomarkers and tools include:
- Lung segmentation
- Airway segmentation
- Vessel segmentation
- Motion analysis
- Emphysema quantification
Many of these biomarkers have been documented in peer reviewed papers, thoroughly validated, and applied in the context of population and clinical imaging studies.
- P. Lo et al., Vessel-guided airway tree segmentation: A voxel classification approach, Medical Image Analysis, 2010
- N. Baka et al., Respiratory motion estimation in X-ray angiography for improved guidance during coronary interventions, Physics in Medicine and Biology, 2015
- L. Sorensen et al., Quantitative analysis of pulmonary emphysema using local binary patterns., IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 2010