Congratulations to Ja Reaungamornrat
News and Presentations
Sureerat ("Ja") Reaungamornrat wins the Young Scientist
and 1st-place Student Paper Award in the Image-Guided Procedures
conference at SPIE Medical Imaging 2014.

Latest Talks from the I-STAR Lab
Five talks and two posters at SPIE 2014!

New Projects - Now Hiring
New projects at the I-STAR Lab now looking for Research Scientist,
Postdoctoral Fellow, and PhD Students. Projects include research in
3D image reconstruction, 3D image analysis, image registration,
and image-guided interventions.
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About I-STAR
The I-STAR Lab is a collaborative research endeavor based in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. RESEARCH areas include:

Imaging Physics: Mathematical models of imaging performance in advanced modalities, including cone-beam CT and spectral / dual-energy imaging.
3D Image Reconstruction:
Advanced 3D image reconstruction based on statistical models of the imaging chain and prior information.
Novel Imaging Systems:
Preclinical prototypes translated from the laboratory to first application in diagnostic and interventional procedures.
Image-Guided Interventions and Diagnostic Radiology
High-precision interventional guidance systems (for surgery, interventional radiology, and radiation therapy) and new technologies for high-quality diagnostic imaging.
The I-STAR Lab
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Traylor Research Building, #718
720 Rutland Avenue
Baltimore MD 21205

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Jeff Siewerdsen, PhD FAAPM

Department of Biomedical Engineering
Department of Computer Science
Russel H. Morgan Department of Radiology
Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety
Johns Hopkins University
Phone: 443-287-6269
Fax: 410-955-9826

The I-STAR Laboratory
Department of Biomedical Engineering | Johns Hopkins University | Traylor Building, Room 726 | 720 Rutland Avenue | Baltimore, MD 21205
c) Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen (2013)