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Joyoni Dey, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Dept of Radiology
Research: Medical Physics Group,
U. of Mass Med School
55 Lake Avenue North
Worcester, MA 01655

phone:508-856-4313
fax: 508-856-4572
 joyoni dot dey at umassmed dot edu
                                          Assistant Professor of Radiology
Research Interests: Medical Imaging and Image Processing, focusing on image reconstruction with physical modeling, segmentation, registration; System design and Optimization. New designs for improving imaging performance of Cardiac SPECT. PhD: Dept of ECE, Carnegie Mellon University in 1999. Appointment: Assistant Professor of Radiology (Jan 1, 2009 - July 31, 2013). Since Aug 2013, I am working at a MIT-based start-up in N. Billerica, MA

           GRANT
                NIH R21HL102574 "Design and Simulation of a Novel High Performance
                Cardiac SPECT Camera" J. Dey (PI). Funded 01/15/2011-11/30/2012.


          Teaching Highlights
          FALL 2008:Computer Vision CS 549, WPI (grad course).
          SPRING 2006: BME 581 (co-instructor)Medical Imaging Systems, WPI (grad).


      Graduate Students/Postdocs
        Nirav Modi, MSc, Electrical Engineering, UMass Lowell, Fall 2010-Dec 2011 (graduated)
        Dr. Shruti Agarwal, Postdoc, UMassMedSchool Worcester, May 2011-Sept 2012
                
          Selected Publications

          Editorial Functions
          • ISRN Biomedical Engineering   [Member of Editorial Board]
          • Medical Physics   [Reviewer and Adhoc Associate Editor]
          • IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging  [Reviewer]
          • IEEE  Transactions on Nuclear Science  [Reviewer]
          • IEEE Transactions on Image Processing [Reviewer]
          • Proceedings of the IEEE   [Reviewer]
          • IEEE  Transactions on Nuclear Science  [Reviewer]
          • IEEE Signal Processing Letters [Reviewer]
          • MICCAI [Reviewer]

Useful Work Related Links

MRI Bloch Equation Simulators from Brian Hargreaves, Stanford

NCAT Phantom from Prof Paul Segars, Duke University


Cool Links
AID-Boston

Asha for Education

Interested in Running for a Good Cause ?

Hunger Site - just click and sponsors donate food (did you know this existed?)

Look up your favorite books and poetry

Creative Thinkers on Creativity (my favorite -- Virginia Woolf's)

Funny: 10 lessons from Gian-Carlo Rota, MIT mathematician and philosopher

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