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 {{:​cisst_logo.png?​80 }}**Primary funding**: NSF Grant EEC9731478\\ {{:​cisst_logo.png?​80 }}**Primary funding**: NSF Grant EEC9731478\\
-**Key People**: R. Taylor, G. Hager, A. Okamura, G. Fichtinger, P. Kazanzides, R. E. Cummings, L. Hummel, E. Ahmanson, and many, many others +**Key People**: R. Taylor, G. Hager, A. Okamura, G. Fichtinger, P. Kazanzides, R. E. Cummings, L. Hummel, E. Ahmanson, and many, many others\\ 
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 === Surgical Assistant Workstation (SAW) Software System === === Surgical Assistant Workstation (SAW) Software System ===
  
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 **Primary funding:** Supplement to NSF Grant EEC9731478\\ **Primary funding:** Supplement to NSF Grant EEC9731478\\
-**Key People:** R. Taylor, P. Kazanzides, C. Hasser (ISI), S. DiMaio (ISI), A. Deguet, B. Vagvolgyi, R. Kumar+**Key People:** R. Taylor, P. Kazanzides, C. Hasser (ISI), S. DiMaio (ISI), A. Deguet, B. Vagvolgyi, R. Kumar\\ 
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 === Microsurgical Assistant Workstation === === Microsurgical Assistant Workstation ===
 {{:​rht:​microsaw.png?​150 }} This Bioengineering Research Partnership (BRP) focuses the efforts of highly qualified engineers and  scientists from JHU (lead institution),​ Columbia and CMU, as well as surgeons from the JHU School of Medicine, to overcome human limitations in surgical practice. This project proposes to develop novel core technology and microsurgical tools with unique capability, as well as integrate computer assist systems. The effort will generate a computer assisted human user with enhanced microsurgical ability. {{:​rht:​microsaw.png?​150 }} This Bioengineering Research Partnership (BRP) focuses the efforts of highly qualified engineers and  scientists from JHU (lead institution),​ Columbia and CMU, as well as surgeons from the JHU School of Medicine, to overcome human limitations in surgical practice. This project proposes to develop novel core technology and microsurgical tools with unique capability, as well as integrate computer assist systems. The effort will generate a computer assisted human user with enhanced microsurgical ability.
  
-**Primary funding:** NIH Grant BRP 1 R01 EB 007969-01 A1 +**Primary funding:** NIH Grant BRP 1 R01 EB 007969-01 A1\\ 
-**Key People:** R. Taylor, G. Hager, P. Kazanzides, J. Kang, I. Iordachita, J. Handa, P. Gehlbach, B. Vagvolgyi, E. Gower, C. Riviere(CMU);​ Students & Post-docs: S. Voros, M. Balicki, Z. Sun, J. Han, Y. Yang, S. Billings, D. Mirota +**Key People:** R. Taylor, G. Hager, P. Kazanzides, J. Kang, I. Iordachita, J. Handa, P. Gehlbach, B. Vagvolgyi, E. Gower, C. Riviere(CMU);​ Students & Post-docs: S. Voros, M. Balicki, Z. Sun, J. Han, Y. Yang, S. Billings, D. Mirota\\ 
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 === Dexterous, Compact Telesurgical Robot for Throat & Airways === === Dexterous, Compact Telesurgical Robot for Throat & Airways ===
 {{:​rht:​suturing_phantom_-_a_-_crop.jpg?​150 }} The goal of this joint project with Nabil Simaan (Columbia University) is development of high-dexterity snake-like robots for confined environmens such as the throat and pper airway {{:​rht:​suturing_phantom_-_a_-_crop.jpg?​150 }} The goal of this joint project with Nabil Simaan (Columbia University) is development of high-dexterity snake-like robots for confined environmens such as the throat and pper airway
  
-**Primary funding:** NIH Grant 1 R21 EB0045457-01 +**Primary funding:** NIH Grant 1 R21 EB0045457-01\\ 
-**Key People:** R. Taylor, N. Simaan (Columbia),​P. Kazanzides, P. Flint; Students & Post-docs: A. Kapoor (now at NIH), K. Xu (Columbia), W. Wei (Columbia), P. Thienphrapa+**Key People:** R. Taylor, N. Simaan (Columbia),​P. Kazanzides, P. Flint; Students & Post-docs: A. Kapoor (now at NIH), K. Xu (Columbia), W. Wei (Columbia), P. Thienphrapa\\ 
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 === Prior Knowledge in 3D Reconstruction from 2D X-Rays === === Prior Knowledge in 3D Reconstruction from 2D X-Rays ===
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 {{:​rht:​deformable_3d2d-1.png?​150 }} The goal of this project is to develop and validate novel algorithms for 3D CT-like reconstruction of bone images from mobile c-arm images. The novelty of the proposed methods will be their exploitation of prior knowledge in the form of prior CT scans when available and a statistical atlas when CT is not available. We use orthopaedic surgery as a focusing application. {{:​rht:​deformable_3d2d-1.png?​150 }} The goal of this project is to develop and validate novel algorithms for 3D CT-like reconstruction of bone images from mobile c-arm images. The novelty of the proposed methods will be their exploitation of prior knowledge in the form of prior CT scans when available and a statistical atlas when CT is not available. We use orthopaedic surgery as a focusing application.
  
-**Primary funding:** NIH Grant 1-R21 EB003616-01 +**Primary funding:** NIH Grant 1-R21 EB003616-01\\ 
-**Key People:** J. Prince, R. Taylor; Students & Post-docs: O. Sadowsky,G. Chintalapani,​ L. Ellingsen, J. Lee+**Key People:** J. Prince, R. Taylor; Students & Post-docs: O. Sadowsky,G. Chintalapani,​ L. Ellingsen, J. Lee\\ 
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 === Robotic Bone Augmentation === === Robotic Bone Augmentation ===
 {{:​rht:​femurcementrecon.png?​150 }} The long-range goal of this project is to develop an image-guided workstation with biomechanical planning and intraoperative updates for surgical interventions applied to osteoporotic bone augmentation,​ when the risk of bone fracture becomes imminent. Specifically in this proposal, we demonstrate the feasibility of bone augmentation by developing a surgical system for femur augmentation {{:​rht:​femurcementrecon.png?​150 }} The long-range goal of this project is to develop an image-guided workstation with biomechanical planning and intraoperative updates for surgical interventions applied to osteoporotic bone augmentation,​ when the risk of bone fracture becomes imminent. Specifically in this proposal, we demonstrate the feasibility of bone augmentation by developing a surgical system for femur augmentation
  
-**Primary funding:** NIH R21 +**Primary funding:** NIH R21\\ 
-**Key People:** M. Armand, R. Taylor; Students & Post-docs: Y. Otake+**Key People:** M. Armand, R. Taylor; Students & Post-docs: Y. Otake\\ 
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 === Computer-assisted Hip Osteotomy Surgery with Real-Time Biomechanical Guidance === === Computer-assisted Hip Osteotomy Surgery with Real-Time Biomechanical Guidance ===
 {{:​rht:​mehranosteocas2007a.png?​150 }} The goal of this project is integration of preoperative and on-line biomechanical analysis for periacetabular osteotomies with a CT based surgical navigation system, together with a patient study of the resulting system. {{:​rht:​mehranosteocas2007a.png?​150 }} The goal of this project is integration of preoperative and on-line biomechanical analysis for periacetabular osteotomies with a CT based surgical navigation system, together with a patient study of the resulting system.
  
-**Primary funding:** 1R21EB002881-01 +**Primary funding:** 1R21EB002881-0\\ 
-**Key People:** M. Armand, R. Taylor; Students & Post-docs: Y. Otake, G. Chintalapani+**Key People:** M. Armand, R. Taylor; Students & Post-docs: Y. Otake, G. Chintalapani\\ 
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 === E-science Meets Radiation Oncology === === E-science Meets Radiation Oncology ===
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 {{:​rht:​capture.png?​150 }} This joint project between the JHU CS Department and the JHU Radiation Oncology Department explores the statistical relationship between anatomic shape and treatment planning in radiation oncology. In closely related work, we explore advanced computational methods for radiation therapy treatment planning. {{:​rht:​capture.png?​150 }} This joint project between the JHU CS Department and the JHU Radiation Oncology Department explores the statistical relationship between anatomic shape and treatment planning in radiation oncology. In closely related work, we explore advanced computational methods for radiation therapy treatment planning.
  
-**Primary funding:** Charitable donation from Paul Maritz; JHU Radiation Oncology Dept.; JHU internal funds +**Primary funding:** Charitable donation from Paul Maritz; JHU Radiation Oncology Dept.; JHU internal funds\\ 
-**Key People:** R. Taylor, M. Kazhdan, T. McNutt, J. Wong; Students & Post-docs: P. Simari, B. Wu, R. Jacques+**Key People:** R. Taylor, M. Kazhdan, T. McNutt, J. Wong; Students & Post-docs: P. Simari, B. Wu, R. Jacques\\ 
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 __**Note:​**__ This web page is still being reconstructed / updated. The old one was very out of date. I hope to have some material soon. In the interim, you can learn more about my research from the [[http://​www.cisst.org|CISST ERC]] web site, from my [[http://​www.cs.jhu.edu/​~rht/​RHT%20Papers/​rht-cv.htm|CV]],​ and from the (also under construction) web site for the Computer-Integrated Interventional Systems (CIIS) Lab. __**Note:​**__ This web page is still being reconstructed / updated. The old one was very out of date. I hope to have some material soon. In the interim, you can learn more about my research from the [[http://​www.cisst.org|CISST ERC]] web site, from my [[http://​www.cs.jhu.edu/​~rht/​RHT%20Papers/​rht-cv.htm|CV]],​ and from the (also under construction) web site for the Computer-Integrated Interventional Systems (CIIS) Lab.
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 +{{:​cisst_logo.png?​50 }} Enginering Research Center for Computer-Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology\\
 +Copyright © Russell Taylor 2008
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