Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Penn Institute for Immunology

Drew A Torigian

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Associate Professor of Radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Radiology

Contact information
Department of Radiology
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-615-3805
Fax: 215-614-0033
Education:
BA (Chemistry)
Johns Hopkins University, 1991.
MA (Mathematics)
Johns Hopkins University, 1991.
BA (Mathematics)
Johns Hopkins University, 1991.
MD (Medicine)
New York University School of Medicine, 1996.
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Description of Research Expertise

oncologic imaging (lung cancer, melanoma, lymphoma, GI, GU, and gyn cancers)
inflammation imaging
aging imaging
translational research imaging
thoracoabdominopelvic imaging
CT imaging
MR imaging
PET, PET/CT, and PET/MR imaging
functional and molecular imaging
quantitative imaging/image analysis
all types of imaging response assessment on CT, MRI, and PET

Description of Clinical Expertise

thoracic imaging (plain film radiography, CT, MRI, PET, and PET/CT)
body CT imaging
body MR imaging
PET and PET/CT imaging
oncologic imaging
vascular imaging (CT and MR)

Selected Publications

Song J, Udupa JK, Tong Y, Xiao L, Wu C, McDonough J, Capraro A, Torigian DA, Campbell Jr RM.: Architectural analysis on dynamic MRI to study thoracic insufficiency syndrome. Proc SPIE 10576: 105762C-1-105762C-6, 2018 Notes: conference proceedings.

Yan F, Udupa JK, Tong Y, Xu G, Odhner D, Torigian DA.: Automatic anatomy recognition using neural network learning of object relationships via virtual landmarks. Proc SPIE 10574: 105742O-1-105742O-7, 2018 Notes: conference proceedings.

Tong Y, Udupa JK, Wileyto EP, Wu C, McDonough JM, Capraro A, Mayer OH, Torigian DA, Campbell Jr RM.: Quantitative dynamic MRI (QdMRI) volumetric analysis of pediatric patients with thoracic insufficiency syndrome. Proc SPIE 10578: 1057806-1-1057806-6, 2018 Notes: conference proceedings.

Tong Y, Wang C, Udupa JK, Wu C, Pednekar G, Restivo MD, Lederer DJ, Christie JD, Torigian DA.: Quantitative analysis of adipose tissue on chest CT to predict primary graft dysfunction in lung transplant recipients - a novel optimal biomarker approach. Proc SPIE 10575: 105753K-1-105753K-6, 2018 Notes: conference proceedings.

Tong Y, Udupa JK, Wu X, Odhner D, Pednekar G, Simone II CB, McLaughlin D, Apinorasethkul C, Shammo G, James P, Camaratta J, Torigian DA. : Hierarchical model-based object localization for auto-contouring in head and neck radiation therapy planning. Proc SPIE 10578: 1057822-1-1057822-7, 2018 Notes: conference proceedings.

Wu X, Udupa JK, Tong Y, Odhner D, Pednekar G, Simone II CB, McLaughlin D, Apinorasethkul C, Shammo G, Camaratta J, Torigian DA.: Auto-contouring via automatic anatomy recognition of organs at risk in head and neck cancer on CT images. Proc SPIE 10576: 1057617-1-1057617-7, 2018 Notes: conference proceedings.

Jagadale BN, Udupa JK, Tong Y, Wu C, McDonough JM, Capraro A, Mayer OH, Torigian DA, Campbell Jr RM.: Lung parenchymal analysis on dynamic MRI in thoracic insufficiency syndrome to assess changes following surgical intervention. Proc SPIE 10575: 105753M-1-105753M-6, 2018 Notes: conference proceedings.

Farhan A, Strelec LE, Schuster SJ, Torigian D, Wasik M, Sadigh S, Mato AR, Nasta SD, Frank D, Svoboda J.: Durable response to pralatrexate for aggressive PTCL subtypes. JSCO 16(2): e102-e105, 2018.

Wang C, Udupa JK, Tong Y, Chen J, Venigalla S, Odhner D, Guzzo TJ, Christodouleas J, Torigian DA.: Urinary bladder cancer T-staging from T2-weighted MR images using an optimal biomarker approach. Proc SPIE 10575: 105752D-1-105752D-6, 2018 Notes: conference proceedings.

Pednekar GV, Udupa JK, McLaughlin DJ, Wu X, Tong Y, Simone II CB, Camaratta J, Torigian DA.: Image quality and segmentation. Proc SPIE 10576: 105762N-1-105762N-7, 2018 Notes: conference proceedings.

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Last updated: 05/23/2018
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