Artificial Intelligence has enabled two pre-doctoral researchers at the University of Valladolid, Rafael Navarro and Elisa Moya, to generate synthetic images that can be used in combination with those adquired in an MRI scaner in a radiomic system for survival prediction of patients with glioblastoma.
Laboratorio de Procesado de Imagen
(Image Processing Lab)
Campus Miguel Delibes s/n
Universidad de Valladolid
47011 Valladolid, Spain
The LPi is organizing an official Challenge inside MICCAI 2022: "Quality augmentation in diffusion MRI for clinical studies: Validation in migraine" (QuaD22). The challenge seeks to answer the question: “Are we losing relevant quantitative clinical information when generating high-quality images with artificial intelligence techniques?” More information in the official webpage [here]
Santiago Aja and Antonio Tristán have been interviewed for MRM Highlights about their paper entitled “Accurate free-water estimation in white matter from fast diffusion MRI acquisitions”, whoch has been selected pick of the month (January 2022). Editor claims that "[they] chose this paper because the authors demonstrated exemplary reproducible research practices; in particular, in the context of a larger software tool that they developed and manage (dMRI-Lab), they shared tools developed as part of this work." Complete interview is available here.
The LPI member Elisa Moya-Sáez has been awarded the local prize of the University of Valladolid in the I Edition of the "#HiloTesis" competition. The objective of this competition is to expose a summary of the doctoral thesis through a Twitter thread in a maximum of 20 tweets. The language used should be clear and attractive for the general audience.