Training and Education

Theses

  1. Chen, W. Digital Microscopy & Computer-based Image Interpretation for Investigative Research in Pathology, [Ph.D. thesis], Piscataway (NJ): Rutgers University and UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; 2005.
  2. He, W. Cell Segmentation and Shape Recognition for An Automated Hematology Analysis System. [Maters thesis], Piscataway (NJ): Rutgers University; 2002.

Research Projects for Students During Informatics Rotation

Medical Students

Jason Shou. 2001-2003

Molecular Bioscience Students

Miriam Gutschow. 2002-2003

Computer Science Students

Shawn Patton. 2000-2002

Pathology Residents

Shereen Gheith, M.D. 2002-2004; Olga Dvorzhinskiy, MD. 2002; Gratian Salaru, MD. 2002; Hong Ling Wang, MD. 2002; Salim Mohammed, M.D. 2004; Rajesh Kananan, M.D. 2005;Semar Karaburun, M.D. 2006; Brando Cobanov, M.D. 2006

Ongoing Work

M.D., Ph.D. Candidates

Bonnie Huang Hall. Medical Student. 2004-Present

Pathology Informatics Rotation:

Daphne Chua, M.D. 2006-Present