Centre for Biomedical Image Analysis

The Centre for Biomedical Image Analysis (CBIA) is a well-established interdisciplinary research unit that primarily attends to the development and benchmarking of algorithms for the analysis and synthesis of cell microscopy image data. Secondarily, we also attend to the analysis of biomedical image data produced by other imaging instruments, as well as to the employment of computers in the optimization and automation of image acquisition process.


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CBIA is a part of infrastructure for biological and medical imaging (since Jan 2016)

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Web resource for benchmarking cell segmentation and tracking methods (online mode since Feb 2017)

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Web resource for benchmarking: MU Cell Image Collection (in one place since Sep 2016)

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Review and Critical Analysis of Biomedical Image Analysis Competitions (Nature Communications, Dec 2018)

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Paper on generating synthetic 3D time-lapse sequences of single cells with filopodial protrusions (IEEE TMI, Dec 2018)

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Paper on Generating 3D Synthetic Time-Lapse Sequences of Cell Populations (IEEE TMI, Jan 2017)

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