Benjamin C. Yvernault

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The corpus callosum (CC) is a structure of interest in many neuroimaging studies of neuro-developmental pathology such as autism. It plays an integral role in relaying sensory, motor and cognitive information from homologous regions in both hemispheres. We have developed a framework that allows automatic segmentation of the corpus callosum and its lobar(More)
The Vanderbilt University Institute for Imaging Science (VUIIS) Center for Computational Imaging (CCI) has developed a database built on XNAT housing over a quarter of a million scans. The database provides framework for (1) rapid prototyping, (2) large scale batch processing of images and (3) scalable project management. The system uses the web-based(More)
The optic nerve (ON) plays a critical role in many devastating pathological conditions. Segmentation of the ON has the ability to provide understanding of anatomical development and progression of diseases of the ON. Recently, methods have been proposed to segment the ON but progress toward full automation has been limited. We optimize registration and(More)
The Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) standard has allowed wide-scale interoperability between medical imaging devices allowed for construction of large-scale radiological imaging system. 1 The DICOM standard provides for extensive structured meta-data ranging from the physical dimensions of the imaging data to patient military status.(More)
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