Baojun Li, PhD
|Institution||Boston University School of Medicine|
|Address||85 E. Concord St|
Boston MA 02118
Distinguished innovations in the development of radiographic tomosynthesis|
Design of 3D extended FOV reconstruction algorithm|
HD ASIR feasibility, kernel design, and parameter tunning|
Best radiological software of the year (2nd place)|
Distinguished innovations in ASIR and dual-energy CT|
|2011||-||2011||Boston Medical Center/Boston University Medical Center:
Featured story on BMC Brief - Top Priority: Reducing Radiation Exposure from CT Scans|
|2012||-||2012||Medical Physics Journal:
Top 20 Most Downloaded Article (July Issue)|
Baojun Li, Ph.D., received his Ph.D. from the Univ. of Iowa in 2004 (Advisors: Prof. Joe Reinhardt, Prof. Gary Christensen). His dissertation was on 3D Registration and Warping of Pulmonary CT for Lung Atlas and Radiation Treatment Planning. From 2002 to 2009, he worked at GE Healthcare in the Applied Science Lab as a Senior Scientist, where he was heavily involved in the research and development of Radiographic Tomosynthesis, Low-dose CT, and Dual-energy CT. His current interests include CT clinical protocol optimization for improved image quality and lower dose, dual-energy CT, cardiac SPECT/CT, and MR/CT/US texture analysis for automatic liver fibrosis staging. Baojun has authored more than 30 publications and 24 patents. Baojun currently serves as Associate Editor for for Medical Physics Journal and OMICS Journal of Radiology & reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, IEEE Transactions on Biomed Eng., Academic Radiology, International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics, Physica Medica, Journal of X-ray Science and Technology, Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine.
American Board of Radiology
- Image processing
- Medical imaging physics
- Medical imaging system design per 21 CFR part 820 (quality system regulation)
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