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Evangelia Micheli-Tzanakou
Address: 599 Taylor Road
  Piscataway, NJ 08854
Room: BME-218
Phone: 848-445-6567
Email: etzanako AT rci.rutgers.edu
 
Our lab is focused on tools for better imaging and treatment of disease. Studies include MRI, PET, and their fusion as applied to Parkinson`s disease, breast cancer, and retinal degeneration. We are also developing neural network algorithms for image and signal processing with applications in visual, auditory and motor functions as assessed by evoked potentials in humans and single unit recordings in animals. Finally, we are exploring micro technology chip design for drug delivery in the brain.
Recent Papers:

1.   Anderson, M. and E. Micheli-Tzanakou "Automated Auditory Stimulus Optimization Using Feedback from Fuzzy Clustered Neuronal Responses" IEEE Trans. on Information Technology (2002).

2.   Uyeda, E., Wojnicki, P. and Micheli-Tzanakou E "Visual Evoked Potential Study of Attention" SPIE (2002).

3.   Wojnicki, P., Uyeda, E. and Micheli-Tzanakou E "Quantifying the Effect of Colorization On Mammogram Images" SPIE (2002). (Paper Prize, 2nd place).

For more information, see http://www.ieee.org/membership/innovators/ http://ci.rutgers.edu/


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