Collaboration

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Slicer-IGT / NCIGT / NAMIC (Boston, MA)

Key Personnel

  • Noby Hata
  • Haiying Liu

Project Description

  • Integration of IGSTK with Slicer-IGT (OpenIGTLink)
  • Image-Guided Liver RFA

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SINTEF (Trondheim, Norway)

Key Personnel

  • Frank Lindseth
  • Torleif Sandnes
  • Geir-Arne Tangen
  • Janne Beate Lervik Bakeng

Project Description

  • Adding real-time imaging capability to IGSTK ( VideoGrabber)
  • Image-Guided Liver RFA

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INSERM (Université de Rennes, France)

Key Personnel

  • Pierre Jannin

Project Description

  • Neurosurgical applications

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Medizinische Univeristat (Innsbruck, Austria)

Key Personnel

  • Wolfgang Freysinger

Project Description

  • Endoscopic sinus surgery
  • Poster at CARS 2008: "Characterization of Open4Dnav, an IGSTK-based 3D-navigation system for FESS" W. Freysinger, F. Schwarm, Z. Güler, F. Kral, G. Diakov, A. Reka, Innsbruck Medical Univ

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Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland

Key Personnel

  • Ewa Pietka

Project Description

  • Laparoscopic applications

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Ontario Cancer Institute, Princess Margaret Hospital

Key Personnel

  • Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen, Ph.D. Senior Scientist, University Health Network Associate Professor, Department of Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto

Project Description

  • Current focus involves C-arm cone-beam CT for image-guided surgery with streamlined integration of imaging, tracking, endoscopy, deformable registration, and visualization.

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Neuro Engineering and Medical Robotics Laboratory, Politecnico Di Milano (Milano,Italy )

Key Personnel

  • Pietro Cerveri, Research Scientist, Biomedical Engineering Department, Politecnico di Milano

Project Description

  • Robot assisted keyhole neurosurgery ( ICT-2007-215190- ROBOCAST)

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Medical Image Processing Laboratory, Vanderbilt University

Key Personnel

  • J. Michael Fitzpatrick, Co-director, EECS Medical Image Processing Laboratory
  • Christopher Heath

Project Description

  • Use IGSTK to interface with the Claron MicronTracker and track the location of the tip of a surgical drill. The drill was then sent a message to shut off if it entered some prohibited region that was defined in a CT image.

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