Student working on a research project.

Research And Development In High-Resolution, Real-Time Image Guidance For Minimally Invasive Vascular Procedures

The applied imaging physics group is involved with research and development of x-ray imaging systems for diagnosis and guidance of minimally invasive vascular procedures. The procedures require high resolution, real-time imaging of small endovascular devices such as stents or blood flow diverters primarily for the neuro- and cardio- vasculatore. New x-ray image detectors, sources, and computing controls are developed as well as evaluated using detectability metrics as well as in practice using 3D printed patient-specific vascular phantoms made in our lab.

Research Project Information

Student Skill-Set Needed: Sound knowledge of basic physics, good computer skills, good electronic and mechanical laboratory skills, ability to work in a team
Compensation: Volunteer
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer


For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Stephen Rudin
Title: Professor
Department: Biomedical Engineering, ECE, MAE, BPH, Radiology, Neurosurgery