Shape Up! Studies is mentioned in a recent Clinical Advisor article: 3-D Scans May Predict Metabolic Syndrome in Adults and Activity Levels in Children by Jeanelle Jacobs. The article discusses… Read More »3-D Scans May Predict Metabolic Syndrome in Adults and Activity Levels in Children
A study identifying new ways to detect skin cancer using artificial intelligence (AI) has been conducted by researchers from the University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center. Investigators successfully created and trained an… Read More »UH researchers use artificial intelligence to detect skin cancer
As a hereditary disease, breast cancer has affected hundreds of families throughout the state. Annually, an average of 1,190 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in Hawaiʻi. As October approaches in… Read More »AI can predict cancer risk through mammograms
Shepherd believes AI can have a massive benefit for cancer screening, particularly in resource poor settings. “An AI algorithm can learn from a much larger library than a radiologist can.… Read More »AI For Cancer Detection: Ready for Prime Time or Caution Advised?
Interns from the CREATE Program recently gave poster presentations on their research. They have been conducting research for the last 2 months, under the mentorship and supervision of faculty members… Read More »CREATE Program internship concludes with poster presentation
Our Group Director, John Shepherd, Ph.D., has been elected into the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows. He is one of 175 new fellows to… Read More »John Shepherd, PhD Elected into AIMBE College of Fellows, Class of 2021
Obesity Week 2019 coverage by MedPage Today: LAS VEGAS — Three-dimensional optical (3DO) whole-body scanning may serve as a safe, cost-effective alternative for measuring body composition in kids, researchers said… Read More »3D Scanners: Better Approach to Kids’ Body Measurement?