INNOVATION

Image information is a fundamental piece for the diagnosis and evaluation of therapies, as well as for biomedical research. Imaging technologies are increasingly diverse and efficient, providing anatomical and functional information that we are no longer able to handle without analysis tools.

At LAIMBIO we are experts in the design of image acquisition protocols to obtain the best information for a given study, and in the design of image processing tools and artificial intelligence to obtain maximum data throughput.

In recent years Deep Learning techniques are allowing to quantify data very efficiently. In LAIMBIO we are experts in this technology and we have developed applications in both image and signal and video.

NEURAL NETWORK FOR PUPIL DETECTION IN REAL WORLD SETTINGS

Eye movements can provide biomarkers in neurological and ophthalmological diseases. The measure usually requires specific acquisition technology. At LAIMBIO we have developed a Deep Learning based technique that allows the pupil to be monitored in real time in uncontrolled environments, and we are now working on a complete low cost clinical system.

I-XVII datasets were recorded during a road driving experiment and during a search task in a supermarket. The challenges in the data sets are related to motion blur artifacts, reflections, low pupil contrast in the surrounding area and dark regions around the student (Full study).      Publications

SYNTHESIS OF COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY IMAGES FROM MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGES

The creation of CT images from Resonance images allows to avoid the cost and radiation for the patient that involves acquiring a real CT image. This method has applications in high-field MRI imaging, attenuation correction in PET / MRI and radiotherapy planning from MRI only.

The creation of CT images from Resonance images allows to avoid the cost and radiation for the patient that involves acquiring a real CT image. This method has applications in high-field MRI imaging, attenuation correction in PET / MRI and radiotherapy planning from MRI only.