Ho Sung Kim, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||550 16th Street|
San Francisco CA 94158
|Canadian Institutes of Health Research||2015
||2017||Benting Postdoctoral Fellowships|
|Fonds de la recherche en sante/ Health Research Funds in Quebec (FRSQ)||2014
|Sleep 2013||2013||Sleep Research Society Abstract Excellence Award |
|10th Annual Meeting of Korean Sleep Research Society||2013||Best Poster presentation award|
|the American Epilepsy Society||2011||Young Investigator Travel Award|
|International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2011)||2011||Student Travel Award|
|the American Epilepsy Society||2010||Young Investigator Travel Award|
|Fonds de la recherche en sante/ Health Research Funds in Quebec (FRSQ)||2009
||2010||Doctoral Training Awards|
|Biomedical Engineering, McGill University||2007||Fellowship for returning graduate students|
My research spans an interdisciplinary cross-section of medical image processing, and neuroscience covering clinical neurology and neuropsychiatry. In the fields of medical image processing and analysis, I have studied on multi-spectral image registration and segmentation, surface modeling of cortical/subcortical structures which are the prerequisite techniques to proceed the analysis of structural and functional brain imaging studies.
I also applied various analytic frameworks, including cortical morphometry, voxel-based morphometry, deformation-based morphometry and structural network analysis, to assessment of brain structure in healthy conditions as well as pathological conditions, which often present anatomical variations beyond the range of normal structures.
Here in UCSF radiology, I continue to expand aforementioned techniques to the analysis of fetal/neonatal brain MRIs, which has been challenged by tissue intensity variability, low tissue contrast, small brain size, moving artifact and etc.
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