News

April 2018
    Dr. Montillo gives invited talk, Deep learning for artifact detection in MEG, at the 2018 International Workshop on Interactive and Spatial Computing (IWISC).

March 2018
    Dr. Montillo joins program committee of the SPIE Medical Imaging conference. Note: 2019 Conference will be February 16-21, 2019 San Diego, CA.

February 2018
    Behrouz and Gowtham deliver oral presentations at SPIE Medical Imaging conference in Houston, TX.
A team of bioinformatics researchers (Drs. Montillo, Rajaram and Cobanoglu) teach a newly developed course, Machine Learning I, to researchers (grad students, postdocs, faculty) from across the UTSW institution. Positive reviews. Plans underway for subsequent offerings.
Danni Luo joins the lab. Welcome aboard Danni!

January 2018
    Dr. Montillo gives invited talk, Deep learning: a new tool for analyzing Big Neuroimaging Datasets at the jointly (UTD, UTSW) sponsored symposium, Neuroimaging is a team sport.

December 2017
    Dr. Montillo receives appointment in the newly formed Bioinformatics Department at UTSW and attends NIPS conference. Dr. Montillo leads SPM training workshop with collaborators.

November 2017
    Dr. Montillo interviewed for research contributions in machine learning for radiology at RSNA.

September 2017
    2 papers presented at the International conference, Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) by Dr. Montillo including Convolutional Neural Networks for artifact detection in MEG, and deep neural networks for quantifying the association between type-2 diabetes management and brain perfusion measured via ASL MRI.

August 2017
    2 abstracts accepted to American Society for Functional Neuroradiology (ASFNR). Congratulations Behrouz and Gowtham!

July 2017
    2 abstracts accepted to Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). Congratulations Gowtham and Afarin!

June 2017
    2 papers presented at Pattern Recognition for Neuro Imaging (PRNI) on 3D convolutional neural networks for resting state network labeling for rs-fMRI and deep convolutional neural networks for MEG cardiac artifact detection.
    1 paper presented at Human Brain Mapping conference on machine learning that uses resting state fMRI to accurately predict head impact exposure in youths playing a single season of football.

May 2017
    Dr. Montillo invited to join the Research Committee of American Society of Neuroradiology.
    Dr. Montillo teaches Mathematics for Medicine at UTSW including Bayesian Decision Theory and Deep Learning.

April 2017
    Afarin Famili successfully defends master’s thesis using machine learning to detect functional connectivity changes in epilepsy & diabetes. Congrats Afarin!
    Dr. Montillo gives invited talk: Machine Learning in functional Neuroimaging at the American Society of Neuroradiology in Los Angeles.
    4 papers presented at UTSW Research Day by Prabhat Garg, Gowtham Murugesan, Afarin Famili
    Gowtham Murugesan presents 2 papers at IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) in Melbourne, Australia

March 2017                   
    Abstract accepted to Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) conference
    Junjie Ma joins lab.

February 2017
    Two papers Accepted to IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) Meeting Conference.
    Dr. Montillo attends annual mtg of American clinical MEG society (ACMEGS)

January 2017
    Dr. Behrouz Saghafi Khadem and Anand Kadumberi join lab.

December 2016
    Gowtham Murugesan joins lab.

Sept 2016
    Afarin Famili joins lab.

June 2016
    King Foundation grant awarded to Drs. Montillo and Moore.

May 2016
    Dr. Montillo gives invited talk at American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) in Washington DC:  Machine Learning for Neuroimaging.

February 2016
    Dr. Montillo gives talks to Mathematics Dept at UT Dallas and Statistics Dept at Southern Methodist University.

November 2015
    Dr. Montillo attends MEG training at McGill.