The Applied Chest Imaging Laboratory is a multidisciplinary group to provide quantiative-based research on lung diseases. The primary focus on the lab is in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Pulmonary Vascular Disease and Interstitial Lung Disease. Our mission is to leverage the power of imaging to better understand and quantify disease processes by hypothesis driven modeling. Our group develops state-of-the art imaging analysis and modeling algorithms to empower clinical and genetic research.
- Pulmonary artery enlargement is associated with right ventricular dysfunction and loss of blood volume in small pulmonary vessels in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
- Understanding the contribution of native tracheobronchial structure to lung function: CT assessment of airway morphology in never smokers
- Multi-atlas and label fusion approach for patient-specific MRI based skull estimation
- Lung Cancer Workshop XI
- Regional Emphysema of a Non-Small Cell Tumor Is Associated with Larger Tumors and Decreased Survival
- A Genome-wide Association Study of Emphysema and Airway Quantitative Imaging Phenotypes