Diane Villaroman

Diane S. Villaroman joined the UCLA Neurosurgery Department in 2016. She received her B.S. in Neuroscience at UCLA. She utilizes different programming languages, such as JavaScript, C-sharp, and Python, to integrate technology into medical practices. Her present research includes studies on spinal medical image analysis, brain mechanisms underlying real-world ambulatory behaviors, and medical education via Virtual Reality.

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JTEHM, Articles, Published Articles
Multi-Parameter Ensemble Learning for Automated Vertebral Body Segmentation in Heterogeneously Acquired Clinical MR Images
The development of quantitative imaging biomarkers in medicine requires automatic delineation of relevant anatomical structures using available imaging data. However, this task is complicated in clinical medicine due to the variation in scanning parameters and protocols, even within a single... Read more