Henry Rusinek

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Henry Rusinek

Professor, Department of Radiology;Professor, Department of Psychiatry

Contact Info

660 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016



1975 — Yeshiva University, Graduate Education

Research Summary

The rapid improvement of high-resolution imaging expanded our knowledge of structure and function of the human body. A deeper understanding of normal and diseased states can be achieved through novel images analysis procedures. Our main goal is to develop tools for improved diagnosis by increasing the accuracy and precision of
image-based measurement of anatomical and physiological parameters. Recent examples include: (a) the development of a challenging multi- compartmental model of the kidney based on dynamic MR imaging, (b) image coregistration and precise sub-voxel segmentation that enables us to detect minute changes in brain structure (see Figure), (c) the analysis of image texture based on multi-scale Gaussian derivatives.

Research Interests

Modeling and Analysis of Biomedical Systems

Image Guided Focal Therapy Of MRI-Visible Prostate Cancer: Defining a 3D Treatment Margin based on MRI-Histology Co-registration Analysis
Le Nobin, Julien; Rosenkrantz, Andrew B; Villers, Arnauld; Orczyk, Clement; Deng, Fang-Ming; Melamed, Jonathan; Mikheev, Artem; Rusinek, Henry; Taneja, Samir S
2015-03-01; 0022-5347,Journal of urology - id: 1473742, year: 2015 JOURNAL ARTICLE

Cortical Lamina Binding of PET Amyloid and Tau Tracers in Alzheimer's disease
Li, Yi; Tsui, Wai; Rusinek, Henry; Butler, Tracy; Mosconi, Lisa; Pirraglia, Elizabeth; Mozley, David; Vallabhajosula, Shankar; Harada, Ryuichi; Furumoto, Shozo; Furukawa, Katsutoshi; Arai, Hiroyuki; Kudo, Yukitsuka; Okamura, Nobuyuki; de Leon, Mony
2015-01-19; 0161-5505,Journal of nuclear medicine - id: 1435792, year: 2015 JOURNAL ARTICLE

Performance of an automated renal segmentation algorithm based on morphological erosion and cnnectivity
Abiri, B.; Park, B.; Chandarana, H.; Mikheev, A.; Lee, V.S.; Rusinek, H.
2014-06-28; 1605-7422,Progress in biomedical optics & imaging - id: 1051452, year: 2014

DCE-MRI of the liver: Effect of linear and nonlinear conversions on hepatic perfusion quantification and reproducibility
Aronhime, Shimon; Calcagno, Claudia; Jajamovich, Guido H; Dyvorne, Hadrien Arezki; Robson, Philip; Dieterich, Douglas; Isabel Fiel, M; Martel-Laferriere, Valerie; Chatterji, Manjil; Rusinek, Henry; Taouli, Bachir
2014-06-14; 1053-1807,Journal of magnetic resonance imaging - id: 1033832, year: 2014 JOURNAL ARTICLE

Comparison of human septal nuclei MRI measurements using automated segmentation and a new manual protocol based on histology
Butler, Tracy; Zaborszky, Laszlo; Pirraglia, Elizabeth; Li, Jinyu; Wang, Xiuyuan Hugh; Li, Yi; Tsui, Wai; Talos, Delia; Devinsky, Orrin; Kuchna, Izabela; Nowicki, Krzysztof; French, Jacqueline; Kuzniecky, Rubin; Wegiel, Jerzy; Glodzik, Lidia; Rusinek, Henry; Deleon, Mony J; Thesen, Thomas
2014-04-25; 1053-8119,Neuroimage - id: 908982, year: 2014 JOURNAL ARTICLE