• Vascular Profiles
  • Vascular reconstruction
  • ATS 2022
  • Emphysema progression and pulmonary pruning
  • ATS 2022 Presentation
  • Resolution harmonization
  • ACIL Dinner ATS 2022
  • Vascular pruning and PH
  • LV and vascular purning
  • Bronchiectasis and Artificial Intelligence
  • ATS 2022 Awards
  • Quantitative Lobar Emphysema with CXR
  • Lung function trajectories and emphysema
  • Functional Lung Assestment
  • ATS 2022 group
  • Emphysema LH
  • Airway Cartilage
  • CT harmonization schema
  • ISBI presentation
  • Phenotype inversion platform
  • 3D printed Acinus
  • CIP and NHLBI BioData Catalyst

About Us

The Applied Chest Imaging Laboratory at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, is a multidisciplinary team dedicated to advancing quantitative research in the field of lung diseases. Our primary focus lies in the investigation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Pulmonary Vascular Disease, and Interstitial Lung Disease. We are committed to harnessing the potential of cutting-edge imaging technology to deepen our understanding and quantification of disease processes through hypothesis-driven modeling. Our team of experts collaborates to create state-of-the-art imaging analysis and modeling algorithms, ultimately empowering clinical and genetic research to revolutionize patient care.

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