A03-2 Clinical Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy to Diagnosis

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Member

  • Primary Investigator
    Shoji Kido (Yamaguchi University, Professor)
  • Co-Investigator
    Hirohiko Kimura (Fukui University, Professor)
    Sakon Noriki (Fukui University, Associate Professor)
    Kunihiro Inai (Fukui University, Associate Professor)
    Hyoungseop Kim (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Professor)
    Yasushi Hirano (Yamaguchi University, Associate Professor)
    Rie Tachibana (National Institute of Technology Oshima College, Associate Professor)
    Shingo Mabu (Yamaguchi University, Assistant Professor)
  • Corporative Researcher
    Hayaru Shono (The University of Electro-Communicatioins, Professor)
    Munemasa Okada (Yamaguchi University, Associate Professor)
    Osamu Honda (Osaka University, Lecturer)



Overview

In this research project, computational anatomical models will be expanded in spatial, temporal, functional, and pathological axes. So, we expect that clinical applications of multidisciplinary computational anatomy are able to support diagnosis for wide range of clinical images included not also conventional CT and MR images, but also pathological (microscopic) images, and autopsy images. For development of these clinical applications of multidisciplinary computational anatomy, clinical evaluation using a lot of clinical cases is needed. Our research group will develop a database for multidisciplinary computational anatomy, and will collect variety of clinical images. And, also, with other research groups, we will develop and evaluate computer-aided image diagnosis applications based on multidisciplinary computational anatomy, and will feedback their results. These will be expected to be improve the credibility of clinical applications of multidisciplinary computational anatomy.

Project Design

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