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FIP Seminar "Photon-counting imaging: assessing the potential for medical imaging"

Sep 28

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Wednesday, September 28, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Presenter

Dr. Ehsan Samei, Reed and Martha Rice Distinguished Professor of Radiology and Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Physics, Duke University

Dr. Ehsan Samei, PhD, DABR, FAAPM, FSPIE, FAIMBE, FIOMP, FACR is a Persian-American medical physicist. He is a tenured Professor of Radiology, Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University, where he also serves as the Chief Imaging Physicist for Duke University Health System, the director of the Carl E Ravin Advanced Imaging Laboratories, and the director of Center for Virtual Imaging Trials. He is certified by the American Board of Radiology, recognized as a Distinguished Investigator by the Academy of Radiology Research, and awarded Fellow by the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), the International Society of Optics and Photonics (SPIE), the American Institute of Medical and Biomedical Engineering, International Organization of Medical Physics, and American College of Radiology. He was a founder or co-founder of the Duke Medical Physics Program, the Duke Imaging Physics Residency Program, the Duke Clinical Imaging Physics Group, the Center for Virtual Imaging Trials, and the Society of Directors of Academic Medical Physics Programs (SDAMPP). He has held senior leadership positions in the AAPM, SPIE, SDAMPP, and RSNA. Dr. Samei's expertise include x-ray imaging, theoretical imaging models, simulation methods, and experimental techniques in medical image formation, analysis, assessment, and perception. His current research includes methods to develop image quality and safety metrics that are clinically relevant and that can be used to design and utilize advanced imaging techniques towards optimum interpretive and quantitative performance. His research aims to bridge the gap between scientific scholarship and clinical practice, in the meaningful realization of translational research, and in clinical processes that are informed by scientific evidence. Those include advanced imaging performance characterization, procedural optimization, and radiomics in retrospective clinical dose and quality analytics. His most recent research interests have been virtual clinical trial across a broad spectrum of oncologic, pulmonary, cardiac, and vascular diseases, and developing methodological advances that provide smart fusions of conventional, principle-informed and newer AI-based, data-informed approaches to scientific inquiry.