Proceedings of PIPPI 2016

Proceedings to be made available online after the workshop.

01. Automatic Identification of Multiple Planes of a Fetal Organ from 2D Ultrasound Images
Pradeeba Sridar, Ashnil Kumar, Ann Quinton, Dagan Feng, R. Krishnakumar, Ralph Nanan, Jinman Kim

02. Placental Image Analysis using Coupled Diffusion-Weighted and Multi-Echo T2 MRI and a Multi-Compartment Model
Andrew Melbourne, Rosalind Pratt, David Owen, Magdalena Sokolska, Alan Bainbridge, David Atkinson, Giles Kendall, Jan Deprest, Tom Vercauteren, Anna L. David, Sebastien Ourselin

03. Fully automated placenta segmentation from 3D ultrasound images
Ipek Oguz, Alison Pouch, Natalie Yushkevich, Hongzhi Wang, James Gee, Nadav Schwartz, Paul Yushkevich

04. Graph-based whole body segmentation in fetal MR images
Tong Zhang, Jacqueline Matthew, Maelene Lohezic, Alice Davidson, Mary Rutherford, Daniel Rueckert, Joseph Hajnal, Paul Aljabar

05. Spatio-Temporal Modelling of Laminar Neurodevelopment from Fetal MRI
Ernst Schwartz, Gregor Kasprian, Andras Jakab, Veronika Schöpf, Daniela Prayer, Georg Langs

06. A Novel Automated Probabilistic Tractography Tool with Anatomical Priors for Use in the Newborn Brain
Lilla Zöllei, Isabelle Filipiak, Elie Saliba, Laurent Barantin, Christophe Destrieux, Hugo Dupuis, Maria Cottier, Jessica Owen, Yangming Ou, Ani Varjabedian, Camilo Jaimes, Ellen Grant, Anastasia Yendiki

07. Changing Functional Connectivity in the Child’s Developing Brain Affected by Ischaemic Stroke
Roxane Licandro, Ernst Schwartz, Karl-Heinz Nenning, Kathrin Kollndorfer, Lisa Barth-Doering, Georg Langs

08. Analysis of brain tissue volume and composition in an extremely-preterm born adolescent cohort
Andrew Melbourne, Zach Eaton-Rosen, Eliza Orasanu, Joanne Beckmann, David Atkinson, Neil Marlow, Sebastien Ourselin

Important Information

Workshop Date: October 21st (AM)
Workshop Location: Intercontinental Athenaeum, Athenaeum CCII

Why Submit to PIPPI?

- To disseminate new work to the most relevant members of the MICCAI community

- To take part in discussion of new techniques for imaging of younger cohorts.