Emily Hammond

PhD

Emily Hammond.

Emily Hammond

PhD

Emily Hammond

PhD

Assistant Professor of Teaching
Teaching Areas: Engineering Education, Undergraduate Engineering

Specialty/Research Focus

Biomedical Engineering – bioimaging and image processing

Contact Information

140E Capen Hall

Buffalo NY, 14260

Phone: (716) 645-1455

eh32@buffalo.edu

Biography Research Interests Teaching

Research Interests

Emily Hammond's research has focused on improving non-invasive detection and diagnostic capabilities of medical imaging modalities. Her current projects include investigation of low-dose computed tomography protocols and their effect on quantitative lung assessment and imaging processing algorithm development for longitudinal analysis of solid tumors.

Publications

  • E. Hammond, K.S. Chan, J.C. Ames, N. Stoyles, C.M. Sloan, J. Guo, J.D. Newell Jr., E.A. Hoffman, J.C. Sieren, “Impact of Advanced Detector Technology and Iterative Reconstruction on Low Dose Quantitative Assessment of Lung Computed Tomography Density in a Biological Lung Model”, Medical Physics (accepted with revisions)
  • E. Hammond, C. Sloan, J.D. Newell, J.P. Sieren, M. Saylor, C. Vidal, S. Hogue, F. De Stefano, A. Sieren, E.A. Hoffman, J.C. Sieren, “Comparison of Low and Ultra-Low Dose Computed Tomography Protocols Through Quantitative Lung Airway and Parenchyma Assessment”, Medical Physics, 44(9): 4747-4757 (2017) PMID: 28657201
  • E. Hammond, J.D Newell, S.K.N. Dilger, N. Stoyles, J. Morgan, F.A. Rohret, J.P. Sieren, D.R. Thedens, E.A. Hoffman, D. K. Meyerholz, J.C. Sieren, “Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Longitudinal Characterization of Lung Structure Changes in a Yucatan Miniature Pig Silicosis Model”, Special Issue: Swine in Translational Research, Toxicologic Pathology, 44(3): 373-81 (2016) PMID: 26839326
  • S.K.N. Dilger, J. Uthoff, A. Judisch, E. Hammond. S.L. Mott, B.J. Smith, J.D. Newell, Jr., E.A. Hoffman, J.C. Sieren. “Improved pulmonary nodule classification utilizing quantitative lung parenchyma features”, J. Med. Imag. 2 (4): 041004 (2015) PMID: 26870744
  • J.C. Sieren, D.K. Meyerholz, X. Wang, B. Davis, J. D. Newell, E. Hammond, J. Rohret, F. Rohret, J. Struzynski, J.A. Goeken, P.W. Naumann, M.R. Leidinger, J. Hagen, R. VanRheeden, B.W. Darbro, D. E. Quelle, C.S. Rogers, “Translational imaging of tumorigenesis in a TP53 porcine cancer model”, Journal of Clinical Investigation, 124(9): 4052-66 (2014) PMID: 25105366