Medical Image Database

Biomedical Engineering Unit of Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology presents a database of ultrasound images of breast cancer provided by the Department of Radiology of Thammasat University and Queen Sirikit Center of Breast Cancer of Thailand. The database includes ultrasound, Doppler and elasticity images along with the ground truth hand-drawn by leading radiologists of these centers. The images are free to download and can be used for training and verification of image segmentation algorithms. If you use one or a series of our images, please, site the source as "Rodtook, A and Makhanov S.S. (2013) Multi-Feature Gradient Vector Flow Snakes for Adaptive Segmentation of the Ultrasound Images of Breast Cancer, Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation,  24(8): 1414-1430". 

The project is sponsored by Thailand Research Fund, grant BRG5780012.

Biomed SIIT

The main objectives of the BioMed are to develop reliable and practical applications in the biomedical engineering, produce joint research papers, conduct an efficient collaborative supervision of graduate students and arrange for cooperation with other faculties of TU and other research groups and universities in the country. The unit attracts computer science experts working in the field of biomedical applications and researchers working in practical medicine to find common grounds and joint applications. Usually, such units are

Sponsored Research Projects

Diagnostic of Breast Cancer: Continuous Force Field Analysis for Ultrasound Image Segmentation. The project offers a new approach to segmentation of ultrasound images of the breast tumors based on the active contour method combined with a new force field analysis techniques and fusion of ultrasound, Doppler and Elasticity images. The new algorithm extends these ideas to a variety of practical examples of the breast or liver tumor segmentation from noisy images and to the cases when the contour is initialized far from the boundary (Thailand Research Fund).

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