Medical Imaging Group
(CS & Radiology)
Ramin Zabih, Ph.D
|Journal Publications|| A
Maximum Likelihood Approach to
Parallel Imaging with Sensitivity Noise, Ashish Raj, Yi Wang and
Ramin Zabih. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging,
Bayesian Parallel Imaging with Edge-Preserving Priors, Ashish Raj, Gurmeet Singh, Ramin Zabih, Brian Kressler, Yi Wang, Norbert Schuff, Mike Weiner. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 57(1):8-21 (2007).
An Automatic Algorithm for Correcting Motion Artifacts In Time-Resolved 2D MR Angiography Using Convex Projections, Ashish Raj, Honglei Zhang, Martin R. Prince, Yi Wang, Ramin Zabih. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 55(3):649-658 (2006).
A Multi-processor Scheduling Implementation of the Simultaneous Multiple Volume (SMV) Navigator Method, Vladimir Kolmogorov, Thanh D. Nguyen, Anthony Nuval, Pascal Spincemaille, Martin R Prince, Ramin Zabih, Yi Wang. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 52:362-367 (2004).
Automatic Segmentation of Contrast-Enhanced Image Sequences. Junhwan Kim and Ramin Zabih. Journal of X-ray Science and Technology 11:4, pages 241-251 (2003).
Simultaneous Multiple Volume (SMV) Acquisition Algorithm for Real-Time Navigator Gating, Vladimir N. Kolmogorov, Richard Watts, Martin R. Prince, Ramin Zabih and Yi Wang. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 21:9, pages 969-975 (2003).
Automatic Selection of Mask and Arterial Phase Images for Temporally-Resolved MR Digital Subtraction Angiography, J. Kim, M. Prince, R. Zabih, J. Bezanson, R. Watts, H. Erel, Y. Wang. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 48:1004--1010 (2002).
Postprocessing Techniques for Time Resolved Contrast Enhanced MRA, S. Yoo, R. Watts, R. Zabih, Y. Wang, M. Prince. Radiology, 222:2, pages 564--568 (2002).
|Projects||Parallel imaging with sensitivity errors and spatial priors|
||Our work in the Radiology Department at Weill Cornell Medical School was profiled in two articles for alumni magazines in 2004. One article (available here) appears as the feature story in the Cornell Alumni Magazine issue of May/June 2004. The other article (available here) appears on the cover of the Weill Cornell Medicine issue of January 2004.|