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overview Dr. Chen's research interests, primarily in integrative multi-modality molecular imaging, cover a broad spectrum of imaging-centered topics including imaging physics and instrumentation, image reconstruction and processing, imaging tracers and probes development, physiological modeling, quantitative and intelligent image analysis, as well as applications of molecular imaging methods in a wide spectrum of biological and medical investigations, especially in cancer, brain disorders, cardiopulmonary diseases, and diabetes.
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Concept Image Enhancement
Concept Image Interpretation, Computer-Assisted
Concept Image Processing, Computer-Assisted
Concept Phantoms, Imaging
Concept Molecular Imaging
Concept Imaging, Three-Dimensional
Concept Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Academic Article An exact Fourier rebinning algorithm for 3D PET imaging using panel detectors.
Academic Article Prognostic value of metabolic tumor burden on 18F-FDG PET in nonsurgical patients with non-small cell lung cancer.
Academic Article Region-of-interest image reconstruction in circular cone-beam microCT.
Academic Article Flexible peritoneal windows for quantitative fluorescence and bioluminescence preclinical imaging.
Academic Article Lung cancer-a fractal viewpoint.
Academic Article Dynamic In Vivo SPECT Imaging of Neural Stem Cells Functionalized with Radiolabeled Nanoparticles for Tracking of Glioblastoma.
Academic Article Sensitivity evaluation and selective plane imaging geometry for x-ray-induced luminescence imaging.
Academic Article Development of a PET radioligand for potassium channels to image CNS demyelination.
Concept Optical Imaging
Concept Multimodal Imaging
Grant Integrating Preclinical and Translational Imaging Resources for Animal Research
Grant Improved Radiation Therapy of Hypoxic Tumor Regions by Integrated PET, EPR, and MR Imaging - Resubmission 01
Grant PET imaging of a4b2 nicotinic receptor upregulation and smoking cessation
Grant An Ultra High Resolution SPECT System Integrated with a High-Field MRI Scanner
Grant An MR-Compatible Small Animal SPECT Based on Artifical Compound Eye Cameras
Grant Hybrid MicroSPECT/MicroCT for Quantitative Imaging
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