Yongxia Zhou

University of Southern California

Yongxia Zhou obtained a Ph.D. in Biomedical Imaging from the University of Southern California. Her research interest is radiology and neuroscience technology and application. She had been trained as an imaging scientist at several prestigious institutes including Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Her research focuses on multi-modal neuroimaging integration such as MRI/PET and EEG/MEG instrumentation to make the best use of multiple modalities for better interpretation of underlying disease mechanisms. She is the author and editor of more than twelve books for well-known publishers including IntechOpen and Nova Science. She has published more than 100 papers and abstracts in many reputed international journals and conferences and served as reviewer and editor for several academic associations.

4books edited

2chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Yongxia Zhou

This book examines the principles and applications of biomedical imaging and signals processing as well as the advances of multimodal imaging and multi-feature quantification for disease diagnosis and treatments in ophthalmology, stroke, chemotherapy, and neurology. Chapters cover such topics as image segmentation and registration, feature selection for classification, micro-texture characterization, simulation of tissue deformation, and high-level statistical analyses. The chapters also discuss different imaging modalities including MRI and EEG, confocal microscopy, and molecular imaging for improving the accuracy of disease detection via higher spatiotemporal resolution and better illustration. Overall, the book provides a comprehensive review of biomedical imaging and signal processing, informing readers with current and insightful knowledge in these fields.

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