Hidetaka Arimura Laboratory
Kyushu University, Division of Medical Quantum Sciences
Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medical Sciences
"Artificial intelligence-based diagnostic and treatment systems"
Our Keywords : Precision Medicine, Medical AI, Radiomics, Medical Images, Data Science, Medical Physics, Medical Image Analysis, Medical Image Processing, Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning, Radiation Physics
Introduction video of Arimura lab
New members have joined our laboratory! Please See Member
Symposium on Intelligent Data Science for Radiological Imaging (iDSRI) between Universiti Malaya & Kyushu University
January/ 31/ 2022
New paper published " Synergistic combination of a topologically invariant imaging signature and a biomarker for the accurate prediction of symptomatic radiation pneumonitis before stereotactic ablative radiotherapy for lung cancer: A retrospective analysis"
Ninomiya K, Arimura H, et al. PLOS ONE
New paper published "Stratification of prostate cancer patients into low- and high-grade groups using multiparametric magnetic resonance radiomics with dynamic contrast-enhanced image joint histograms" Urakami A, Arimura H, et al. The Prostate"https://doi.org/10.1002/pros.24278
Prof. Arimura had two Invited Speech at 1st International Conference on Health Sciences and Biotechnology (ICHB) (Indonesia, Virtual Meeting)
Prof. Arimura had two Invited Speech at 19th SEACOMP, 13th TMPS and the 14th ACOMP (Virtual Meeting, Phuket, Thailand),
“Novel imaging biopsy models for characterizing tumors and its surrounding tissue”
“Optimization mathematics for medical physics
Mr. Kodama received the Award of the 40th JAMIT Hybrid Meeting
"Radiomics Prediction for Progression in NSCLC Patients Treated with Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy
Climbing Mt. Kyushu for farewell and celebrations.
New members have joined our laboratory! Tong YiZhi (M1) , Jin Yu (M1) From China
Graduation Ceremony. Congratulations! Truong Gia Huy
“Symposium on Intelligent Data Science for Radiological Imaging between University of Malaya and Kyushu University”
Prof. Arimura had a Speech “Radiomics-based imaging biopsy approaches for precision radiology”
Kodama had a presentation “Radiomics analysis for prognostic prediction for time to progression in non-small cell lung cancer patients treated with stereotactic ablative radiotherapy”
The number of participants: 71
Prof. Arimura had an Invited Speech at the 9th Korea-Japan Joint Meeting on Medical Physics the 9th KJMP2021 Virtual Meeting
“Radiomics and imaging biopsy approaches for precision medicine” Symposium3
Mr. Hirose received the Award of The 9th KJMP2021,Virtual Meeting
"Pretreatment Prediction of Radiation Pneumonitis Based on Deep Transfer Learning after Lung Cancer Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy"
Prof. Arimura had an Invited speech at AFOMP021, Monthly Webinar
"Radiomics and Radiogenomics with AI for Oncology"
Four presentations in AAPM2021 Virtual Meeting (Ninomiya, Urakami, Egashira, Kamezawa)
Prof. Arimura had an Invited speech at 19th Asian Oceanian Society of Radiology AOCR2021, Malaysia
Prof. Arimura had a speech at the 2021 Philippine Conference of Medical Physicists PCMP 2021 SMPRP, Philippine
"Predicting Futures from Medical Images -Radiomics and Machine Learning-"
Mr. Ninomiya received President's Award Gold of The 121th Scientific Meeting of JSMP, Yokohama
"Radiogenomic imaging biopsy for EGFR-Mutated patients with non-small cell lung cancer based on contrast CT images using invariant Betti numbers"
President’s Award of 121st Scientific Meeting of Japan Society of Medical Physics
Mr. Hirose received Bronze Award of The 77th Annual Meeting of the JSRT
"Deep Learning-Based Prediction of Radiation Pneumonitis after Lung Cancer Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy"
The 77th Annual Meeting of the JSRT
JRC2021 PACIFICO Yokohama, and WEB
Four presentations in The 77 JSRT (Kodama, Egashira, Hirakawa, Hirose)
Three presentations in The 122 JSMP(Ninomiya,Huy, Arimura）
New members have joined our laboratory! Hamasaki, Uchino, Shirasaka, Fujii, Furuta, Please See Member
Mr. Ninomiya received Best Paper Award of International Forum on Medical Imaging in Asia IFMIA 2021 Hybrid conference , "Novel recognition approach of TKI-sensitizing EGFR mutations in non-small cell lung cancer patients using topologically invariant Betti numbers"
Two presentations in The International Forum on Medical Imaging in Asia IFMIA 2021 Hybrid conference (Ninomiya, Cui)
Radiomics with artificial intelligence for precision medicine in radiation therapy
Hidetaka Arimura et. al.
Journal of Radiation Research, Vol. 60(1), pp. 150-157, January 2019
Robust identification of EGFR mutated NSCLC patients from three countries using Betti numbers
Kenta Ninomiya, et. al
PLOS ONE, Published: January 11, 2021
Radiomic prediction of radiation pneumonitis on pretreatment planning computed tomography images prior to lung cancer stereotactic body radiation therapy
Taka-aki Hirose, et. al.
Scientific Reports Vol. 10, Article number: 20424 (2020), November 2020
Radiomic features based on Hessian index for prediction of prognosis in head-and-neck cancer patients
Quoc Le, et. al.
Scientific Reports 10, 21301 (2020), Published: December 2020
Automated classification of urinary stones based on microcomputed tomography images using convolutional neural network
Leni Aziyus Fitria, et.al.
Physica Medica, Vol.78, pp.201-208, October 2020
Automated approach for segmenting gross tumor volumes for lung cancer stereotactic body radiation therapy using CT-based dense V-networks
Cui YunHao, et. al.
Journal of Radiation Research, Vol.62(2), March 2021, pp.346?355, Published: 22 January 2021
Automated Approach for Estimation of Grade Groups for Prostate Cancer based on Histological Image Feature Analysis,
Alamgir Hossain, et. al
The Prostate, Vol. 80(3), pp. 291-302, February 2020
Semi-automated prediction approach of target shifts using machine learning with anatomical features between planning and pretreatment CT images in prostate radiotherapy
Yudai Kai, Hidetaka Arimura,et.al.
Journal of Radiation Research,Vol. 61(2), pp.285?297, March 2020
Homological radiomics analysis for prognostic prediction in lung cancer patients.
Kenta NINOMIYA, et. al.
Physica Medica: European Journal of Medical Physics, Vol.69, pp.90-100, Januray 2020
Hidetaka Arimura, PhD
Division of Medical Quantum Science, Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medical Sciences,
3-1-1, Maidashi, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka 812-8582, Japan
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