2019 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2017 - OSA Fellows Keith D. Paulsen Dartmouth College, United States “for applications of diffuse optical tomography reconstruction methods and surgical guidance with stereovision and fluorescence” (Engineering, Application and Development)
2016 - Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
2016 - IEEE Fellow For leadership in biomedical technologies in medical imaging for diagnosis and intervention
2013 - SPIE Fellow
Keith D. Paulsen mostly deals with Optics, Tomography, Iterative reconstruction, Microwave imaging and Scattering. His research in Tomography intersects with topics in Breast imaging, Mammography, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Medical imaging. His Breast imaging study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Light scattering and Biomedical engineering.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Image quality, Algorithm and Finite element method. As part of one scientific family, Keith D. Paulsen deals mainly with the area of Scattering, narrowing it down to issues related to the Hemoglobin, and often Radiography, Pathology, Physiology and Breast tissue. In his research, Breast cancer is intimately related to Magnetic resonance imaging, which falls under the overarching field of Near-infrared spectroscopy.
His primary areas of investigation include Optics, Tomography, Iterative reconstruction, Biomedical engineering and Imaging phantom. His research ties Frequency domain and Optics together. His Tomography study incorporates themes from Breast imaging, Breast cancer, Magnetic resonance imaging and Near-infrared spectroscopy.
His Near-infrared spectroscopy research incorporates themes from Image processing, Tomographic reconstruction and Mammography. His Iterative reconstruction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Image quality, Algorithm and Microwave imaging. The Biomedical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Medical physics, Magnetic resonance elastography, Fluorescence and Pathology.
Keith D. Paulsen mainly investigates Biomedical engineering, Imaging phantom, Nuclear medicine, Fluorescence and Breast cancer. His study in Biomedical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Image resolution, Microscope, Multispectral image, Spatial frequency and Iterative reconstruction. In his research on the topic of Iterative reconstruction, Image quality is strongly related with Image segmentation.
His Imaging phantom research includes elements of Image processing, Elastography and Penetration depth. The various areas that Keith D. Paulsen examines in his Breast cancer study include Chemotherapy, Margin, Near-infrared spectroscopy and Tomography, Radiology. In his study, Epilepsy surgery is strongly linked to Magnetic resonance imaging, which falls under the umbrella field of Tomography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Imaging phantom, Elastography, Biomedical engineering, Magnetic resonance elastography and Surgery. His Imaging phantom research integrates issues from Tomography, Optical transfer function, Blood Volume Fraction and Spatial frequency. In general Tomography study, his work on Optical tomography often relates to the realm of Gadolinium, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His studies deal with areas such as Image processing, Resolution, Structured light, Stiffness and Iterative reconstruction as well as Biomedical engineering. His work in Iterative reconstruction covers topics such as Mean squared error which are related to areas like Microwave imaging and Magnetic resonance imaging. In his work, Permittivity is strongly intertwined with Nuclear magnetic resonance, which is a subfield of Magnetic resonance elastography.
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Electromagnetic breast imaging: results of a pilot study in women with abnormal mammograms.
Steven P. Poplack;Tor D. Tosteson;Wendy A. Wells;Brian W. W. Pogue.
Coregistered fluorescence-enhanced tumor resection of malignant glioma: relationships between δ-aminolevulinic acid-induced protoporphyrin IX fluorescence, magnetic resonance imaging enhancement, and neuropathological parameters. Clinical article.
David W. Roberts;Pablo A. Valdés;Brent T. Harris;Kathryn M. Fontaine.
Journal of Neurosurgery (2011)
Characterization of hemoglobin, water, and NIR scattering in breast tissue: analysis of intersubject variability and menstrual cycle changes
Brian W. Pogue;Brian W. Pogue;Shudong Jiang;Hamid Dehghani;Christine Kogel.
Journal of Biomedical Optics (2004)
Model-updated image guidance: initial clinical experiences with gravity-induced brain deformation
M.I. Miga;K.D. Paulsen;J.M. Lemery;S.D. Eisner.
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging (1999)
Initial assessment of a simple system for frequency domain diffuse optical tomography
B W Pogue;M S Patterson;H Jiang;K D Paulsen.
Physics in Medicine and Biology (1995)
Near-infrared (NIR) tomography breast image reconstruction with a priori structural information from MRI: algorithm development for reconstructing heterogeneities
B.A. Brooksby;H. Dehghani;B.W. Pogue;K.D. Paulsen.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (2003)
Image-guided diffuse optical fluorescence tomography implemented with Laplacian-type regularization
Scott C. Davis;Hamid Dehghani;Jia Wang;Shudong Jiang.
Optics Express (2007)
Three-dimensional optical tomography: resolution in small-object imaging.
Hamid Dehghani;Brian W. Pogue;Jiang Shudong;Ben Brooksby.
Applied Optics (2003)
Magnetic resonance-coupled fluorescence tomography scanner for molecular imaging of tissue.
Scott C. Davis;Brian W. Pogue;Roger Springett;Christoph Leussler.
Review of Scientific Instruments (2008)
Structural information within regularization matrices improves near infrared diffuse optical tomography.
Phaneendra K. Yalavarthy;Brian W. Pogue;Hamid Dehghani;Colin M. Carpenter.
Optics Express (2007)
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