Dr. Seda Camalan Joins The Lab

I received my bachelors degree from Atilim University with a double major in Computer Engineering (2009) and Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2010). After my undergraduate degrees, I worked as a research assistant at Atilim University, Information Systems Engineering from 2010 to 2019.  I studied filtering and quantization effects on segmentation during my master degree in […]

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Internship Announcement 2019

January 3, 2019 To all students:The Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI) at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is fielding applications for Summer 2019 interns. The 2019 internship schedule runs June 3rd – August 5th. Working hours follow a normal weekly schedule of 40 hours for each of the 9 weeks. CBMI is located in the […]

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Dr. Gurcan to hold a keynote at SPIE Medical Imaging 2019

Pixels to diagnosis: image analysis for digital pathologyWednesday, February 20, 2019         Abstract: Increased interest in medical imaging has resulted in development of a variety of image analysis systems. Many of these systems follow the ‘computer-aided diagnosis’ paradigm. In this paradigm, the main function of the image analysis system is to help medical professionals (e.g. radiologists, […]

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Dr. Hamidullah Binol Joins The Lab

Hamidullah Binol received the BSc degree from the Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, in 2010, and the MSc and PhD degrees from the Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, in 2012 and 2016, respectively. Dr. Binol is currently a research associate in the Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. Before joining […]

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Summer 2018 Interns

This summer the Clinical Imaging Analysis Lab had the pleasure of hosting two interns through the IMPACT Biomedical Engineering REU program. Two undergraduate students spent 10 weeks interning at the CIA Lab at Wake Forest Baptist Health working on a plethora of ongoing research projects. Hunter Hampton (right) is an undergraduate student at the University […]

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Some Recent Publications

The CIA lab has recently had 4 articles published in PLOS One and the Journal of Urology. Automated Staging Of T1 Bladder Cancer Using Digital Pathologic H&E Images: A Deep Learning approach (Journal of Urology). The paper discusses the need for accurately gauging tumor cell intrusion into Lamina Propria in an effort to substage bladder […]

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CIALAB has moved to Wake Forest

The Clinical Image Analysis Lab (CIALAB) that was started by Dr. Metin Gurcan in 2005 at the Ohio State University has moved to Wake Forest School of Medicine. The new lab at Wake Forest will retain its name, but its web page will now be located at: http://tsi.wakehealth.edu/CIALab/ Dr. Gurcan was recruited as the inaugural […]

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