Seed Grant Recipients

2021 STR Seed Grant Recipient

E. Tsai, Stanford University

Project Title:
Clinical Validation of Machine Learning Triage of Chest Radiographs

Date
Grant Recipient Institution Title
2021
E. Tsai Stanford University Clinical Validation of Machine Learning Triage of Chest
Radiographs
2020
S.L. Cohen Northwell Health Imaging A Machine Learning Algorithm to Diagnose Pneumonia
Requiring Antimicrobial Therapy Based on Clinical and Imaging Data
2019
L. Azour New York University School of
Medicine
Machine Learning Based Image Reconstruction from CT
Sinogram Data to Achieve Radiation Dose Reduction
2018
F.J. Fintelmann Harvard Medical School Role of Imaging Biomarkers on Chest CT for Preoperative Risk Stratification of Lung Cancer Patients: A Multi-Center Precision Medicine Initiative using Machine Learning
6/6/2017
L. Lin University of Southern California Evaluation of Lung Cancer Treatment Response to Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy Utilizing Volumetric Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced CT and Texture Analysis
4/14/2016
T. D. Tailor Duke University Medical Center Integration of CT Imaging Features with Cell-free Plasma DNA as Biomarkers for Early Lung Cancer Detection in Patients with Indeterminate Pulmonary Nodules
12/1/2015
H. H. Guo Stanford University Hospital Assurance of Subsolid Pulmonary Nodule Visualization by Low-Dose CT, Facilitated by 3D Printing
4/21/2013
D. Litmanovich Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Functional MRI Assessment as a Primary Imaging Modality for Diagnosis, Follow-up and Guidance of Therapy Decisions of COPD Patients with Tracheomalacia
7/27/2012
J. Chung National Jewish Health Use of 1.5T Proton MRI in the Initial Assessment and Follow-up of Mycobacterium Avium Complex Pneumonia
1/18/2012
S. Singh Massachusetts General Hospital Chest CT Under 1 mSv: A Pilot Study
10/20/2010
C. W. Koo NYU Langone Medical Center Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Sub-solid Opacities
6/30/2009
D. A. Torigian University of Pennsylvania Feasibility and Validation of Positron Emission Tomography
(PET) Imaging for Non-Invasive Assessment of Targeted
Nanocarriers to Treat Pulmonary Inflammation in a Mouse Model
5/30/2007
S. T. Chong University of Michigan 64-Slice Coronary CT Angiography vs. Standard Therapy in the Emergency Room: Determining Cost-Effectiveness and Predicting Clinical Outcome in Patients with Low and Moderate Risk
for Acute Coronary Syndrome
2/13/2007
E. Y. Lee Children’s Hospital Boston Evaluation of Hyperpolarized He MRI in Pediatric Patients
with Asthma
4/13/2005
M. Nishino Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Loss of Anteroposterior Intralobar Attenuation Gradient of the
Lung: Correlation with Pulmonary Function
9/9/2004
D. Moses New York University Medical
Center
Quantification of Perfusion in Primary Pulmonary Neoplasms
6/6/2003
O. Mawlawi MD Anderson Cancer Center Accurate Quantification of Small Lung Nodules Based
on PET/CT Imaging
2/7/2002
G. W. Gladish MD Anderson Cancer Center Investigation of the Feasibility of the Use of Normal Saline as
Negative Intravascular Contrast Agent in Thoracic
Computed Tomography
10/31/2001
M.B. Sneider University of Michigan Multidetector Computed Tomography in the Evaluation of
Acute Chest Pain in the Emergency Department
12/1/2000
G. P. Reddy University California
San Francisco
Coronary Pathophysiology in Dilated Cardiomyopathy
2/15/2000
V.S. Lee New York University
Medical Center
Contrast-Enhanced Cardiac MR Imaging for Evaluation of
Myocardial Viability
2/15/2000
J.P. Ko Massachusetts General Hospital Automatic Detection of Pulmonary Nodules on Chest CT and
Assessment of Change Over Time
10/19/1999
D. Levin University of California
San Diego
The Evaluation of Pulmonary Perfusion Using Magnetic
Resonance Imaging
2/15/1999
K. Garg University of Colorado Thromboembolic Disease: Value of CT Venography
in Addition to CT Pulmonary Angiography
10/20/1997
B. Zhao New York Hospital Cornell
Medical Center
Development of a 3-dimensional Image Sigmentational Alogorithm to Accurately Delineate Solitary Pulmonary Nodules of CT
Images
3/3/1997
A. A. Shah New York Hospital Cornell
Medical Center
CTV in Conjunction with PCTA for the Presence of DVT in Lower Extremities Above the Knee
10/15/1996
D. Roberts University of Pennsylvania Functional MRI of Pulmonary Perfusion Using Steady-State Arterial Spine-tagging Pending Application to the Detection of
Pulmonary Embolism
4/29/1996
L. S. Broderick Indiana University Evaluation of Questionable Nodules Seen on Chest Radiographs: Fluxorscopy vs. CT
4/17/1996
J. Collins University of Wisconsin The Utility of Expiratory High-resolution CT in Diagnosing
Bronchiolitis Obliterans
12/20/1995
P. K. Woodward Mallinckrodt Detection of Pulmonary Nodules and ILD: Comparison of ThoraVision and Conventional Screen-film Radiographs
1/13/1995
J. Gruden University California
San Francisco
High-resolution Computed Tomography (HRCT) in Patients with Possible Pneumocystis Carinii Pneumonia (PCP): Finding with Bronchoscopic Correlation after Negative Sputum Induction
1/13/1995
P. J. Mergo University of Florida Pre-procedural 3-D Reformation of Helical CT in Bronchoscopy, Thoracostomy, and Mediastinoscopy
3/7/1994
D. Dyer University of Colorado Proposal for Study of Chest CT as Screening Tool for
Aortic Injury
3/7/1994
H. Hatabu University of Pennsylvania High-Resolution MR Imaging of Lung Parenchyma
12/30/1993
J. Ye State University New York An Efficient Approach to Quantitative Myocardial
Perfusion SPECT
12/30/1993
R. Slone Mallinckrodt Pre and Post Operative Evaluation of Volume Reduction
Surgery Patients: A Study of Chest Wall Mechanics, Diaphragm
Motion, and Lung Volumes with Inspiratory/Expiratory CT and MRI
12/15/1993
S. Kee University California
San Francisco
HRCT of the Chest of Asthmatic Patients Before and After
Methacholine Challenge and Albuterol Inhalation
11/5/1993
E. Drucker Massachusetts General Hospital Pilot Study to Investigate the Use of Helical Scanning CT in
Diagnosis of Acute Pulmonary Embolism