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Adapting Self-Supervised Learning for Computational Pathology

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May 02, 2024
Eric Zimmermann, Neil Tenenholtz, James Hall, George Shaikovski, Michal Zelechowski, Adam Casson, Fausto Milletari, Julian Viret, Eugene Vorontsov, Siqi Liu, Kristen Severson

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Tag-LLM: Repurposing General-Purpose LLMs for Specialized Domains

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Feb 06, 2024
Junhong Shen, Neil Tenenholtz, James Brian Hall, David Alvarez-Melis, Nicolo Fusi

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RIDGE: Reproducibility, Integrity, Dependability, Generalizability, and Efficiency Assessment of Medical Image Segmentation Models

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Jan 16, 2024
Farhad Maleki, Linda Moy, Reza Forghani, Tapotosh Ghosh, Katie Ovens, Steve Langer, Pouria Rouzrokh, Bardia Khosravi, Ali Ganjizadeh, Daniel Warren, Roxana Daneshjou, Mana Moassefi, Atlas Haddadi Avval, Susan Sotardi, Neil Tenenholtz, Felipe Kitamura, Timothy Kline

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Improving mitosis detection on histopathology images using large vision-language models

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Oct 11, 2023
Ruiwen Ding, James Hall, Neil Tenenholtz, Kristen Severson

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Should I Stop or Should I Go: Early Stopping with Heterogeneous Populations

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Jun 26, 2023
Hammaad Adam, Fan Yin, Mary Hu, Neil Tenenholtz, Lorin Crawford, Lester Mackey, Allison Koenecke

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Best Practices and Scoring System on Reviewing A.I. based Medical Imaging Papers: Part 1 Classification

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Feb 03, 2022
Timothy L. Kline, Felipe Kitamura, Ian Pan, Amine M. Korchi, Neil Tenenholtz, Linda Moy, Judy Wawira Gichoya, Igor Santos, Steven Blumer, Misha Ysabel Hwang, Kim-Ann Git, Abishek Shroff, Elad Walach, George Shih, Steve Langer

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Initialization and Regularization of Factorized Neural Layers

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May 03, 2021
Mikhail Khodak, Neil Tenenholtz, Lester Mackey, Nicolò Fusi

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4D CNN for semantic segmentation of cardiac volumetric sequences

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Jun 17, 2019
Andriy Myronenko, Dong Yang, Varun Buch, Daguang Xu, Alvin Ihsani, Sean Doyle, Mark Michalski, Neil Tenenholtz, Holger Roth

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Fully-Automated Analysis of Body Composition from CT in Cancer Patients Using Convolutional Neural Networks

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Aug 11, 2018
Christopher P. Bridge, Michael Rosenthal, Bradley Wright, Gopal Kotecha, Florian Fintelmann, Fabian Troschel, Nityanand Miskin, Khanant Desai, William Wrobel, Ana Babic, Natalia Khalaf, Lauren Brais, Marisa Welch, Caitlin Zellers, Neil Tenenholtz, Mark Michalski, Brian Wolpin, Katherine Andriole

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