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Stephen R. Aylward
Associate Editor
Associate Editor

Dr. Aylward has been an Associate Editor since 2002 and has served as Associated Editor for over 280 manuscripts covering a multitude of topics including vascular analysis, ultrasound, computer-aided diagnosis, and OCT.

Dr. Aylward became an Associate Editor while working as a tenured associate professor in Radiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During that time he worked with outstanding collaborators on neurosurgery planning and guidance, cancer assessment based on vascular morphology, computer-aided diagnosis for mammography, interventional radiology applications, and the development of the Insight Toolkit (ITK). In 2005, Dr. Aylward joined Kitware and founded their office in North Carolina. He is now Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives at Kitware where he leads and collaborators on NIH and DoD funded projects involving point-of-care ultrasound, web-based scientific visualization, deep learning, and vascular analysis. Most of... Read more

Dr. Aylward has been an Associate Editor since 2002 and has served as Associated Editor for over 280 manuscripts covering a multitude of topics including vascular analysis, ultrasound, computer-aided diagnosis, and OCT.

Dr. Aylward became an Associate Editor while working as a tenured associate professor in Radiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During that time he worked with outstanding collaborators on neurosurgery planning and guidance, cancer assessment based on vascular morphology, computer-aided diagnosis for mammography, interventional radiology applications, and the development of the Insight Toolkit (ITK). In 2005, Dr. Aylward joined Kitware and founded their office in North Carolina. He is now Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives at Kitware where he leads and collaborators on NIH and DoD funded projects involving point-of-care ultrasound, web-based scientific visualization, deep learning, and vascular analysis. Most of Dr. Aylward's research is available in open-source platforms such as ITK, the Visualization Toolkit (VTK), ParaViewGlance, CMake, 3D Slicer and the MONAI deep learning library.

Dr. Aylward has been a proud member of the IEEE throughout his career. He is a MICCAI Fellow and has held a number of positions, including serving as MICCAI treasurer, IPMI co-organizer, SPIE Medical Imaging conference co-chair, and advisor to multiple academic and industry organizations.

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Ling-Jian Meng
Associate Editor
Associate Editor

Dr. Ling-Jian Meng has been an Associate Editor since 2010 and primarily oversees manuscript
submissions in the areas of instrumentation development for PET, SPECT, and X-ray imaging
applications.

Dr. Meng earned his Ph.D. degree in 2001 from the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the
University of Southampton, UK, with his thesis research focusing on the development of MR-compatible
PET detectors based on scintillation crystals coupled to hybrid photodiode through fiber optics.
He has since been working on the development of room-temperature semiconductors imaging sensors
based on CdZnTe (CZT), CdTe, silicon, HgI2, and other semiconductor detector materials, and their
application in biomedical imaging instrumentations, such as SPECT, PET, and functional X-ray imaging.
Since 2006, Dr. Meng has been a faculty member of the Department of Nuclear, Plasma and Radiological
Engineering (NPRE), the Department of Bioengineering (BIOE), and the Beckman Institute for... Read more

Dr. Ling-Jian Meng has been an Associate Editor since 2010 and primarily oversees manuscript
submissions in the areas of instrumentation development for PET, SPECT, and X-ray imaging
applications.

Dr. Meng earned his Ph.D. degree in 2001 from the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the
University of Southampton, UK, with his thesis research focusing on the development of MR-compatible
PET detectors based on scintillation crystals coupled to hybrid photodiode through fiber optics.
He has since been working on the development of room-temperature semiconductors imaging sensors
based on CdZnTe (CZT), CdTe, silicon, HgI2, and other semiconductor detector materials, and their
application in biomedical imaging instrumentations, such as SPECT, PET, and functional X-ray imaging.
Since 2006, Dr. Meng has been a faculty member of the Department of Nuclear, Plasma and Radiological
Engineering (NPRE), the Department of Bioengineering (BIOE), and the Beckman Institute for Advanced
Science and Technology of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), and has been a Full
Professor from 2017. He is currently the Director of the Radiation Detection and Imaging Lab, a visiting
faculty position at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and a charter member of the NIH ITD study
session.

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