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May 26, 2021: A professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt has dedicated her life to her love of medical imaging systems. Balancing a dynamic load of teaching, writing and research activities, Dr. Gilat-Schmidt’s interests range from imaging physics to image reconstruction and deep learning. With particular expertise in the field of computed tomography, her recent work on radiation dose tracking may prove her most immediate opportunity to satisfy her ultimate goal—improving patient care.
From complex bone fractures to internal injuries, and especially critical in cancer treatment, computerized tomography (CT) scans have been instrumental in healthcare for half a century …
Sprectrum News features MU-MCW BME Engineers and OREC in collaboration with Children’s Wisconsin: Fitting Motorized Cars for Kids with Special Needs
Dr. Robert Cooper contributes to Journal of Biomedical Optics top-cited publication (MCW network access required).
The MU-MCW BME Department is currently looking to fill research and faculty positions. View all Open Positions