Hello and नमस्कार

I am a postdoctoral fellow at the Image Analysis and Communications Laboratory My research interests are in medical image analysis, computer vision, and machine learning.

At IACL I have been involved in:

  • Image synthesis of brain MRI to enable consistent image analysis
  • Tongue motion analysis during speech using cine MRI, tagged MRI, and diffusion tensor imaging of the tongue
  • Building neuroimage processing pipelines for efficient and reproducible image analysis

I completed my Ph.D in Computer Science at the Johns Hopkins University, where I was advised by Dr. Jerry L. Prince at the Image Analysis and Communications Laboratory (IACL). I developed novel image synthesis algorithms for brain MRI images and demonstrated several successful applications for synthetic MRI images.

You can read my thesis here.

From 2009-2011, I was a research assistant at the Visual Imaging and Surgical Robotics (VISR) lab at the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics working with Dr. Rajesh Kumar to develop objective skill-assessment criteria for surgeons using the da Vinci surgical robot.

Previously, I earned my B.Tech degree in Computer Science and Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. At IITB, I worked with Dr. Sharat Chandran and also interned with Dr. Anant Madabhushi at Rutgers University. My undergraduate research experience sparked my interest in medical image analysis.