This track examines various aspects of medical and healthcare modeling and simulation from imaging capability to the augmented standardized patient (using augmented virtual reality). Modeling of the anatomy, for dynamic analysis of joints and muscles as well as for navigation in surgical applications, the virtual operating room, and virtual reality for rehabilitation are also key to this application area. The development of simulators and the validation of those simulators will also be covered in this track.

2022 VMASC Track Chair: Hector Garcia
2022 ODU CMSE Track Chairs: Dr. Michel Audette

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2022
Thursday, April 14th
12:00 AM

Medical Manikin Augmented Reality Simulation (M2ARS)

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Pauline Delacruz, Old Dominion University
Jacob Gibson, Old Dominion University
Daniel Howard, Old Dominion University
Jaclyn Peacock, Old Dominion University
Kendall Robbins, Old Dominion University

12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Multi-Modality Breast MRI Segmentation Using nn-UNet for Preoperative Planning of Robotic Surgery Navigation

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Motaz Alqaoud, Old Dominion University
John Plemmons MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School
Eric Feliberti MD, FACS, Eastern Virginia Medical School
Krishnanand Kaipa, Old Dominion University
Siqin Dong, Old Dominion University
Gabor Fichtinger, Queen's University
Yimming Xiao, Concordia University
Michel Audette, Old Dominion University

12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Senior Subject Gait Analysis Using Self-supervised Method

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Haben Yhdego, Old Dominion University
Michel Audette, Old Dominion University

12:00 AM - 12:00 AM