The Advanced Imaging and Informatics for Radiation Therapy (AIRT) Lab focuses on the development of advanced and quantitative imaging technologies and machine learning algorithms for the guidance of therapy procedures, particularly for radiation therapy. Our research involves multidisciplinary fields including engineering, mathematics, and computer and physical sciences.

We aim to translate those technologies into clinical practice to improve outcomes for patients undergoing radiotherapy.


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Recent news:

  • Dr. Zhang received an NIH R01 grant on 4D liver imaging and tumor localization (June 2020)
  • Drs. Wang and Hannan received an NIH RO1 grant on real-time prostate lesion tracking (May 2019)
  • Liyuan and Zhiguo's work on lymph node malignancy prediction for head and neck cancer is reported by Physics World (April 2019)
  • Congratulations to Alfonso for his presentation winning third place for Young Investigator at SWAAPM (March 2017)
  • Congratulations to Dr. Zhang for his work on biomechanical modeling-assisted CBCT reconstruction (Bio-Recon) being selected as a finalist for the John R. Cameron Young Investigator Symposium for the 58th Annual AAPM meeting (April 2016)
  • Dr. Wang received an NIH RO1 grant on advanced 4D lung CBCT imaging (January 2015)

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