James C. Gee

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Associate Professor of Radiologic Science in Radiology
Director, Penn Image Computing and Science Laboratory, Department of Radiology, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Co-Director, Translational Biomedical Imaging Center, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Director, HHMI-NIBIB Interfaces Program in Biomedical Imaging and Informational Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Director, Chinese Academy of Sciences - University of Pennsylvania Center of Excellence in Brain Mapping, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Department: Radiology

Contact information
Richards - 6th Floor
3700 Hamilton Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6116
Office: 215-746-6295
Education:
B.S. (Computer Science)
University of Washington, 1987.
B.S. (Electrical Engineering)
University of Washington, 1987.
M.S. (Electrical Engineering)
University of Washington, 1989.
Ph.D. (Computer and Information Science)
University of Pennsylvania, 1996.
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Description of Itmat Expertise

Dr. Gee's major area of interest is biomedical image analysis and computing, with active research in all of the quantitative methods represented, including segmentation, registration, morphometry and shape statistics, as applied to a variety of organ systems and all of the major and emerging modalities in biological/biomaterials imaging and in vivo medical imaging.

Selected Publications

Tustison, NJ, Shrinidhi, KL, Wintermark, M, Durst, CR, Kandel, BM, Gee, JC, Grossman, MC, Avants, BB: Optimal Symmetric Multimodal Templates and Concatenated Random Forests for Supervised Brain Tumor Segmentation (Simplified) with ANTsR. Neuroinformatics 13(2): 209-225, November 2015.

Wu, J, Awate, SP, Licht, DJ, Clouchoux, C, DuPlessis, AJ, Avants, BB, Vossough, A, Gee, JC, Limperopoulos, C: Assessment of MRI-based automated fetal cerebral cortical folding measures in prediction of gestational age in the third trimester. American Journal of Neuroradilogy 36(7): 1369-1374, July 2015.

Ashtari, M, Zhang, H, Cook, PA, Cyckowski, LL, Shindler, KS, Marshall, KA, Aravand, P, Vossough, A, Gee, JC, Maguire, AM, Baker, CI, Bennett, J: Plasticity of the human visual system after retinal gene therapy in patients with Leber's congenital amaurosis. Science Translational Medicine 7(296): 296ra110, July 2015.

Zheng, Y, Keller, BM, Ray, S, Wang, Y, Conant, EF, Gee, JC, Kontos, D: Parenchymal texture analysis in digital mammography: A fully automated pipeline for breast cancer risk assessment. Medical Physics 42(7): 4921996, July 2015.

Kandel, B.M., Avants, B.,Gee, J.C.,Arnold, S.E.,Wolk, D.A. : Neuropsychological Testing Predicts Cerebrospinal Fluid Amyloid-β in Mild Cognitive Impairment Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 46(4): 901-912, June 2015.

Kandel, BM, Wang, DJJ, Gee, JC, Avants, BB: Eigenanatomy: Sparse dimensionality reduction for multi-modal medical image analysis. Methods 73: 43-53, February 2015.

Kandel, BM, Wang, DJJ, Detre, JA, Gee, JC, Avants, BB: Decomposing cerebral blood flow MRI into functional and structural components: A non-local approach based on prediction. NeuroImage 105: 156-170, January 2015.

Xia, Q, Ni, J, Bosco, AJ, Kanpogninge, A, Gee, JC: Searchable public-key encryption with data sharing in dynamic groups for mobile cloud storage. Journal of Universal Computer Science 21(3): 440-453, 2015.

Azarion, AA, Wu, J, Davis, KA, Pearce, A, Krish, VT, Wagenaar,J, Chen W, Zheng, Y, Wang, H, Lucas, TH, Litt, B, Gee, JG: An open-source automated platform for three-dimensional visualization of subdural electrodes using CT-MRI coregistration. Epilepsia 55(12): 2028-2037, December 2014.

Powers, JP, Massimo, L, McMillan, CT, Yushkevich, PA, Zhang, H, Gee, JC, Grossman, M.: White matter disease contributes to apathy and disinhibition in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 27(4): 206-214, December 2014.

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