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CURRICULUM VITAE
POSITION/TITLE
Technological Educational Institute of Athens Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens ____________________________________________________________________________
EDUCATION-INSTITUTION AND LOCATION
de Grenoble, France University of South Florida, USA ___________________________________________________________________________

THESES TITLES:

Ph.D.
:
Optical studies of III-V Semiconductor Heterostructures. Modulated reflectance studies of epitaxial AlxGa1-xAs, GaAs, and AlAs. Stockage électrochimique de l' énergie: Intercalation de Li dans des oxides des métaux de transition.
RESEARCH & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Graduate Research Assistant, Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, France . 1982-1983
Research on alternative forms of energy (nuclear, solar, etc), development of new materials for energy storage (batteries) and x-ray spectroscopy. Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Physics, USF, Tampa . 1988-1990 Research on optical characterization of III-V and II-VI semiconductors and semiconductor devices using modulation reflectance (electro- and photoreflectance), photoluminescence, and Raman scattering. Postdoctoral Research Associate/Diagnostic Radiology, .1991-1992 H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, Tampa. Research on diagnostic medical physics including application, characterization and improvement of emission computed tomography. Performed phantom and patient measurements using beta or gamma emitting radionuclides, image analysis and processing, statistical analysis and presentation of experimental data. Postdoctoral Research Associate/Diagnostic Radiology. Department of Radiology, College of Medicine, USF, Tampa. Research Triangle Institute/NASA Consultant .Jun-Nov 1992 NASA/NCI project on technology transfer to digital mammography. Generated report with evaluation of dual-use technologies identified in Federal Laboratories which could be applied to mammography for direct digital x-ray detection, computer assisted diagnosis, and teleradiology. Visiting Assistant Professor ………………………. 1993 -1994 Department of Radiology, College of Medicine, USF, Tampa. Continued research on medical physics performing quality control and assurance of mammographic units and nuclear medicine systems, image processing and data analysis. Research included phosphor technology, amorphous semiconductors, and CCD applications to digital mammography. Teaching Physics of Mammography as a part of a Medical Imaging Technology graduate course in Computer Science and Engineering at USF Assistant Professor …………………………. 1995-1999 Department of Radiology, College of Medicine, USF, Tampa. Associate Professor of Radiology………………………………. 8/00 – 6/06 Department of Radiology, College of Medicine, USF, Tampa. Joint Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Oncology……….6/02 – 6/03 Joint Appointment to the faculty of the Department of Interdisciplinary Oncology, College of Medicine, USF, Tampa. Courtesy Professor of Physics ……………………………………………………………… since 2003 Courtesy Appointment to the faculty of the Department of Physics, College of Arts & Sciences, USF, Tampa Consultant …………………………………………………………………………… 9/2006 – 12/2007 Breast Imaging and Interventional Center, George Washington Medical Center, The George Washington University, Washington, DC Associate Professor of Medical Imaging and Radiotherapy………….……………. since 7/2006 Department of Medical Instrumentation Technology School of Technological Applications Technological Educational Institute of Athens Visiting Investigator ………………………………………… ……………………. since 9/2006 Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens (BRFAA), Greece
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE & SERVICE:

Interim Program Leader . 1/99-5/99
Digital Medical Imaging Program of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute. Digital Medical Imaging Program of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute. Division of Imaging Science Research, Department of Radiology, College of Medicine, University of South Florida. Member - USF College of Medicine Research Committee . Senator - USF Faculty Senate . 2000-2003 Member – USF College of Medicine Faculty Council ….………………………….…. 2001-2004 Member - USF Federal Effort-Reporting Systems (PARs) Replacement Committee 2001-2002 Member – USF Physics Department Committees for Faculty Search, positions in … 2000-2004 Biomedical Physics/Biophysics and Materials Physics/Nanophysics
TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

High-School Physics & Calculus Instructor .1984-1985
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics, USF, Tampa . 1986-1987
Teaching all sections of calculus and non-calculus based introductory laboratory physics courses. Graduate Course on Medical Imaging .Fall 1993 Lectures on x-ray imaging physics and computer assisted diagnosis for graduate computer science and engineering students. Preparatory course for radiology residents for certification examinations . Lectures on physics of Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Protection, Statistics, and Digital Radiography. Faculty of Breast Imaging Update, CME course of Moffitt and USF .May 1997-present Lectures to radiologists and radiology technologists on digital mammography and computer assisted diagnosis (above average evaluations). Graduate course on computer assisted diagnosis for radiology ………………… Fall 2000 Established new graduate course for basic science and engineering students dealing with special topics related to medical imaging and CAD. This course became part of the formal USF curriculum in Fall 2001. Participation in H. Lee Moffitt’s Project LINK Program as Mentor ……………… Continuing Medical Education course on Digital Mammography ……………. Co-Director and faculty of CME course for radiologists and technologists to satisfy 8-hours of FDA required training for Digital Mammography. Course includes CAD training and is offered independently (5 times per year) or prior to the annual BIU course. Undergraduate courses at TEI of Athens ………………………………………. Department of Medical Instruments Technology (1) Introduction to Biomedical Engineering (2) Electrical measurements (theory and laboratory) (3) Control and automation systems in biomedicine (theory and laboratory) (4) Organization and management for engineers (5) Project development and project management for engineers (6) Modeling of physiological processes (theory and laboratory)
(See also following section on Master's & Doctoral Students Supervised)
AWARDS:

Undergraduate Scholarship, Univ. of Athens, Greece .
GTE Graduate Scholar .1988-1990 Student Travel Award, American Vacuum Society . Fellow Research Award, College of Medicine, Univ. of South Florida . Evelyn & Alfred Silbiger Cancer Research Fellow . Moffitt Center Director’s Outstanding Research Award .…………………………………. Woman of Achievement Award for Technology Category .………………………………. Carrollwood Business and Professional Women Foundation of Tampa Bay in honor of National Business Women’s Month (October 2002)
AFFILIATIONS:

Student member of the American Vacuum Society . 1987-1990
Student member of the American Physical Society . 1989-1991
Student member of the Materials Research Society . 1990-1991
Member of the AAPM’s Publications committee . 1999-2001
Member of the Optical Society of America (OSA) ……………………………….……. 2001-2003
Member of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute . 1993-2006
Member of the American Roentgen Ray Society ………………………………………… 2006-2008
Member of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) . 1992-2009
Member of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) . since 1992

Member of the European Society of Radiology …………………………………………. since 2008
AD HOC REVIEWER/ASSOCIATE EDITOR:

U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation (CRDF)
American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS)
U.S. Army Medical Research & Materiel Command - Breast, Ovarian, and Prostate Programs
NCI Biomedical Imaging Technology Study Section
NCI SBIB Study Section
American Cancer Society Institutional grant committee
IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine
IEEE Transactions in Medical Imaging
Medical Physics
Academic Radiology
Computers and Biomedical Research

PATENTS:
1. Nuclear Imaging Enhancer. No. 5576548. Granted on November 19, 1996.
2. Image Analyzing Device Using Adaptive Criteria. No. 5825936. Granted on October 20,
3. Workstation interface for use in digital mammography and associated methods. No. 6630937 4. Computer Aided Diagnosis Methodology for Mammographic Calcifications. No. 7430308 B1. 5. Method for the Stereoscopic Representation of the Breast and Breast Cancer Using Mammography. No. 02B077PR. Pending. Applied November 2002. 6. Magnetic Resonance Electrical Impedance Mammography. Filed May 2008. Office of Technology Management and Commercialization. H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute.
MASTER'S AND DOCTORAL THESES SUPERVISED AND PARTICIPATED IN:
[Current position of graduate is indicated in brackets]

1. Peeples OD. Collimator requirements and restoration conditions of gamma camera imaging
of positron emitting radionuclides. Master's Thesis, Department of Physics, University of
South Florida. August 1995. (Major Professor and Mentor.) [Working for Smith Kline
Beecham Laboratories].
2. Heine JJ. Multiresolution Statistical Analysis of High Resolution Digitized Mammograms and Other Gray Scaled Images. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Physics, University of South
Florida. September 1996. (Committee Chairperson.) [Associate Professor at Moffitt Cancer
Center & Research Institute.]
3. Gavrielides M. Shape analysis of mammographic calcification clusters. Master's Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida, December 1996. (Major
Professor and Mentor
.) [Completed PhD degree at Duke University, postdoctoral studies in
Greece and UK, FDA fellow conducting research in medical imaging.]
4. Ruth E. Estimating the minimal sample size of calcification clusters which approximates the Bayes risk of diagnosis. Master's Thesis, Department of Mathematics, University of South
Florida. August 1997. (Co-Major Professor and Mentor.)
5. Battler M. (Radiation Therapy). Master's Thesis, Department of Physics, University of South Florida. May 1998. (Committee member.)
6. Battler P. (Radiation Therapy). Master's Thesis, Department of Physics, University of South Florida. May 1998. (Committee member.)
7. Vossberg M. (Diagnostic Radiology - CAD). Statistical Analysis of Tissue Density in Digital Mammograms. Master's Thesis, Department of Physics, University of South Florida. May
1998. (Committee member and Co-Mentor.) [Working for a major German mobile
communications company and pursuing a PhD degree in telecommunications.]
8. Monroe J. A new high energy scintillating fiber optic SPECT detector. Ph.D. Dissertation, Departments of Physics and Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida, May 1998
(Committee member). [Postdoctoral fellowship at Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, St.
Louis.]
9. Li HD. Monochrome and multichrome image processing: Application to communications and biomedicine. PhD Dissertation, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South
Florida, December 1999 (Mentor - Provided all experimental data and supervised the
application part of his work; also reviewed and corrected his doctoral thesis manuscript).
[Working for a software company in Silicon Valley, CA.]
10. Chetelat SM. Generating a three dimensional view from the two standard projections in mammography. Master’s Thesis, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of South Florida, May 2000. [Military.] 11. Komaravolu PK. Digital mammography. Master’s Thesis, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of South Florida, December 2000. (Co-Major Professor and
Mentor
.) [Working for a software company in Silicon Valley, CA.]
12. Alexander D. Full Field Digital Mammography Clinical Trial. Master’s Thesis, Department of Epidemiology, College of Public Health, University of South Florida, August 2001. (Co-Major
Professor and Mentor
.) [Completed doctoral degree at the University of Alabama at
Birmingham; offered full scholarship.]
13. Fernandez D. Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopic Imaging of Prostate Histopathology. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Pathology, College of Medicine, University of South
Florida, in collaboration with the National Cancer Institute. May 2003. (Committee member).
[NIH Fellow; attended Cornell Medical School.]
14. Tembey M. Master’s Thesis, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of South Florida, December 2003. (Co-Major Professor and Mentor) [Working for a private
hospital in Chicago.]
15. Kim YR. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Physics and Marine Science, College of Arts & Sciences, University of South Florida. December 2004. (Committee Member and Mentor.)
[Postdoctoral Research Associate in Marine Science Dept., USF, Spring 2005.]
16. Mason N. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Physics, University of South Florida. October 2004. (Committee Chairperson.) [Certified medical physicist; owner of Tampa Bay
Oncology Center.]
17. Behera M. Master’s Thesis, Department of Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering Program, University of South Florida. July 2004. (Committee Member and Co-Mentor.)
Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of South Florida. To be
completed in 2008. (Committee Member and Co-Mentor.)
18. Kovalchuk N. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Physics, University of South Florida. May 2008. (Major Professor/Committee Member.) [Postdoctoral Research Associate at Mayo
Clinic, Cleveland, OH]
19. Anand M. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of South Florida. To be completed in 2010. (Committee Member.) [IT senior research analyst at
Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute]

UNDERGRADUATE THESES (Major Professor only):

1. Mantadakis Ε and Menichtas D. Teleradiology Applications. Senior Thesis, Department of
Medical Instrumentation Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens. June 4, 2009. 2. Markopoulos A and Tsilis K. Survey of the quality of screen/film mammography systems in Greece. Senior Thesis, Department of Medical Instruments Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens. July 6, 2009. 3. Farsaris M and Skopelitis M. Cost comparison of full field digital mammography and screen film mammography. Senior Thesis, Department of Medical Instruments Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens. May 2010. 4. Kontili M and Kiriazi N. Single view v. two- view CAD performance in full field digital mammography. Senior Thesis, Department of Medical Instruments Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens. July 2011. 5. Mpakogiannis N. X-ray applications in medicine and industry: Comparison of the Philips duo DIAGNOST radiography system and the airport security x-ray inspection unit Smiths Heimann 6040i. Senior Thesis, Department of Medical Instruments Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens. March 2011. 6. Stratikopoulos I. Automated noise monitoring system in neonatal care units. March 2011. 7. Mitropoulos K. Robotic arm system with three degrees of freedom. In progress. 8. Kotsianidis V and Kouzas G. Robotic system to assist patients of low mobility in hospital beds. Senior Thesis, Department of Medical Instruments Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens. In progress. 9. Kleftogianni L and Mathioudi E. Visually lossless wavelet compression of full field digital mammograms. Senior Thesis, Department of Medical Instruments Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens (in collaboration with the Department of Mathematics, Purdue University, USA). In progress. 10. Roussos S and Tzimas A. PET/CT for thyroid cancer: standard and automated tumor volume measurements. Senior Thesis, Department of Medical Instruments Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens. In progress. 11. Fanourakis S. Design of a quality control program for a large, urban hospital. Senior Thesis, Department of Medical Instruments Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens. In progress. 12. Theopoulou C. New applications of bioluminescence and fluorescence imaging. Senior Thesis, Department of Medical Instruments Technology, Technological Educational Institute of Athens. In progress. Mentor and supervisor of numerous high-school and undergraduate students, who completed
internships (8-10 weeks) at the laboratory of the Imaging Science Research Division, Moffitt
Cancer Center, Tampa, Florida, either as volunteers, or under a scholarship (ACS or Moffitt), or
summer research fellowship (USF). All have been accepted to top US colleges and universities
for undergraduate or graduate studies including Duke, Stanford, Purdue, Columbia, University of
Pennsylvania, and University of Florida.
BOOKS/ BOOK CHAPTERS:
(Bold indicates publication as senior or co-senior author)
1.
Clarke LP, Qian W, Kallergi M, Venugopal P, and Clark RA. Hybrid Wavelet Transform
for Image Enhancement for Computer-Assisted Diagnosis and Telemedicine Applications.
In: The Frequency and Wavelets in Biomedical Signal Processing. Akay M (Ed.), IEEE
Press Series in Biomedical Engineering, New York, 1998, Chapter 21, pp. 519-532.
Deans SR, Gangadharan D, Heine J, Kallergi M, Qian W, and Clarke LP. Wavelet Transforms. In Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Webster JG, Editor. J. Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York, 1999. Kallergi M, Heine JJ, and Tembey M. Computer Aided Diagnosis of Mammographic
Calcification Clusters: Impact of Segmentation. In: Handbook of Medical Image Analysis:
Segmentation and Registration Models
, Suri, Wilson, and Laxminarayan (Eds.), IEEE
Press Series, 2004.
Kallergi M, Hersh M, and Manohar A. Automated segmentation of pancreatic tumors in
computed tomography. In Handbook of Medical Image Analysis, Volume I: Segmentation
and Registration Models
, Suri, Wilson, and Laxminarayan (Eds.), IEEE Press Series, pp.
176-226, 2004.
Kallergi M. Evaluation of computer aided detection and diagnosis algorithms for medical
imaging. In Applied Medical Image Analysis Methods, Costaridou L (Ed.), CRC Press,
Electrical Engineering and Applied Signal Processing Series, 2005.
Kallergi M, Manohar A, and Kovaltchuk N. A new imaging technique for the stereoscopic
representation of the breast using mammography. In Emerging Technologies in Breast
Imaging and Mammography
, Suri (Ed.), American Scientific Publishers, 2007.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (full papers - peer reviewed):
(Journal Impact Factor (IF) is listed in parenthesis)
1.
Kallergi M, Aubel J, and Sundaram S. Modulated reflectance study of strain in epitaxial
GaAs on silicon. J Appl Phys 1989; 66:4862. (IF=2.201)
Roughani B, Kallergi M, Aubel J, and Sundaram S. Raman scattering of epitaxial GaAs on Si substrate. J Appl Phys 1989; 66:4946. (IF=2.201) Kallergi M, Roughani B, Aubel J, Sundaram S, Chu T, Chu S, and Green R. Modulated
reflectance and Raman scattering studies of metalorganic chemical vapor deposited
homolayers of GaAs. J Vac Sci Technol A 1990; 8:1907. (IF=1.628)
Kallergi M, Roughani B, Aubel J, and Sundaram S. Correlation of interference effects in
photoreflectance spectra with GaAs homolayer thickness. J Appl Phys 1990; 68:4656.
(IF=2.201)
Huang D, Kallergi M, Aubel J, Sundaram S, DeSalvo J, and Comas J. Lattice damage
and atomic mixing induced by As++ implantation and thermal annealing in AlAs/GaAs
multiple quantum well structures. J Appl Phys 1991; 70(8):4181-4189. (IF=2.201)
Kallergi M, Woods K, Clarke LP, Qian W, and Clark RA. Image Segmentation in Digital
Mammography: Comparison of Local Thresholding and Region Growing Algorithms.
Comp Med Imag Graph 1992; 16(5):323-331. (IF=1.221)
Qian W, Kallergi M, and Clarke LP. Order Statistic-Neural Network Hybrid Filters for
Gamma Camera-Bremsstrahlung Image Restoration. IEEE Trans Med Imag 1993;
12(1):58-64. [Co-senior author; performed all experimental work and wrote the paper]
(IF=3.755)
Qian W, Clarke LP, Kallergi M, and Clark RA. Tree structured nonlinear filters in digital
mammography. IEEE Trans Med Imag 1994; 13(1):25-36. (IF=3.755)
Lucier BJ, Kallergi M, Qian W, DeVore RA, Clark RA, Saff EB, and Clarke LP. Wavelet
compression and segmentation of mammographic images. J Dig Imag 1994; 7(1):27-38.
[Co-senior author; this work was done in collaboration with University of South Carolina
and Purdue University; performed all the work at USF and wrote the part of the paper that
refers to the application and evaluation
] (IF=0.953)
Priebe CE, Solka JL, Lorey RA, Rogers GW, Poston WL, Kallergi M, Qian W, Clarke LP,
and Clark RA. The application of fractal analysis to mammographic tissue classification.
Cancer Letters, 1994; 77(2,3):183-189. (IF=2.614)
Clarke LP, Kallergi M, Qian W, Li HD, Clark RA, and Silbiger ML. Tree-structured
nonlinear filter and wavelet transform for microcalcification segmentation in digital
mammography. Cancer Letters 1994; 77(2,3):173-181. [Co-senior author; performed the
application and wrote the paper with the first author]
(IF=2.614)
Li H-D, Kallergi M, Clarke LP, Jain VK, and Clark RA. Markov Random Field for Tumor
Detection in Digital Mammography. IEEE Trans Med Imag 1995; 14(3):565-576. [Co-
senior author; supervised the student in his work, provided the database, did the
evaluation and writing of the manuscript].
(IF=3.755)
Yang Z, Kallergi M, DeVore R, Lucier BJ, Qian W, Clark RA, and Clarke LP. Effect of
wavelet bases on compressing digital mammograms. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 1995; 14(5):570-577. [Co-senior author; this work was done in collaboration with University of South Carolina and Purdue University; performed all the work at USF and wrote the part of the paper that refers to the application and evaluation; also supervised the student Yang during his fellowship at USF] (IF=1.08) Li H-D, Kallergi M, Qian W, Clarke LP, and Jain VK. Neural network for maximum
entropy restoration of nuclear medicine images. Optical Engineering 1995; 34(5):1431-
1440. [Co-senior author; provided experimental data to the student and supervised his
work and application; wrote and corrected the manuscript]
(IF=0.877)
Qian W, Clarke LP, Zheng B, Kallergi M, and Clark RA. Computer assisted diagnosis for
digital mammography. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 1995;
14(5):561-569. (IF=1.08)
Qian W, Kallergi M, Clarke LP, Li HD, Venugopal P, Song D, and Clark RA. Tree
structured wavelet transform segmentation of microcalcifications in digital mammography.
Medical Physics 1995; 22(8):1247-1254. (IF=3.07)
Kallergi M, Clarke LP, Qian W, Gavrielides M, Venugopal P, Berman CG, Holman-Ferris
SD, Miller MS, and Clark RA. Interpretation of calcifications in screen/film, digitized, and
wavelet-enhanced, monitor-displayed mammograms: A receiver operating characteristic
study. Academic Radiology 1996; 3:285-293. (IF=2.201)
Kallergi M. Digital mammography: From theory to practice. Cancer Control 1997;
5(1):72-79.
Qian W, Li HD, Kallergi M, Song D, and Clarke LP. Adaptive neural network for nuclear
medicine image restoration. Journal of VLSI Signal Processing 1998; 18:297-315.
(Special issue on Applications of Neural Networks in Biomedical Imaging/Image
Processing.
) (IF=0.593)
Kallergi M, Gavrielides MA, He L, Berman CG, Kim JJ, and Clark RA. A simulation
model of mammographic calcifications based on the ACR BIRADS. Academic Radiology
1998; 5:670-679. (IF=1.409)
Kallergi M, Carney G, and Gaviria J. Evaluating the performance of detection algorithms
in digital mammography. Medical Physics 1999; 26(2):267-275. (IF=3.07)
Li L, Zheng Y, Kallergi M, and Clark RA. Improved method for automatic identification of lung regions on chest radiographs. Academic Radiology 2001; 8:629-638. (IF=2.201) Kallergi M. Computer-aided diagnosis of mammographic microcalcification clusters.
Medical Physics 2004; 31(2):314-326. Also selected for publication in the Virtual Journal
of Biological Physics Research
published by the American Physical Society and the
American Institute of Physics, issue of February 1, 2004. (IF=2.305)
Kallergi M, Heine JJ, Berman CG, Hersh MR, Romilly AP, and Clark RA. Improved
interpretation of digitized mammography with wavelet processing: A localization response
operating characteristic study. AJR 2004; 182:697-703. (IF=2.797)
Kallergi M, Berman CG, Cressman JB, Loeffler WE, Romilly AP, Szabunio MM, Vedam
PK, Venugopal PR, and Walker JK. Clinical evaluation of a new digitization device for
improved mammography. Academic Radiology, 2004; 11(11):1242-1250. (IF=2.201)
Kallergi M, Lucier BJ, Berman CG, Hersh MR, Kim JJ, Szabunio MS, and Clark RA.
High-Performance Wavelet Compression for Mammography: Localization Response
Operating Characteristic Evaluation. Radiology 2006; 238(1):62-73. (IF=6.066)
Wismüller A, Meyer-Bäse A, Lange O, Schlossbauer T, Kallergi M, and Reiser MF.
Segmentation and classification of dynamic breast MR image data. Electronic Imaging,
2006; 15(1):1-13.
Li L, Wu Z, Salem A, Chen Z, Chen L, George F, Kallergi M, and Berman C.
Computerized analysis of tissue density effect on missed cancer detection in digital
mammography. Comput Med Imaging Graph 2006; 30(5):291-297. Epub 2006 Jul 11.
(IF=1.221)
Krupinski EA and Kallergi M. Special Review: Choosing a Radiology Workstation:
Technical and Clinical Considerations. Radiology 2007; 242(3):671-682. Epub 2007, Jan 17. (IF=6.066) Land WH, Margolis D, Kallergi M, and Heine JJ. A kerner approach for ensemble
decision combinations with two-view mammography applications. International Journal of
Functional Informatics and Personalised Medicine
2010; 3(2):157-182.
Chatziioannou SN, Rizos EN, Kallergi M, Douzenis A, Apostolopoulos A, Bacalis S, and
Lykouras L. Tardive dyskinesia related to quetiapine and confirmed by a DAT scan.
Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 2011; 31(4):535-538. (IF=5.092)
Chatziioannou S, Kallergi M, Karampina P, Zotou P, Bakalis S, Lyra V, Lamprakopoulos
G, Armeniakos I, and Pneumaticos S. Does increased weight lead to degenerative spine
disease? An evaluation with bone scintigraphy. Submitted to The Spine Journal,
September 2011. (IF=3.024)
Chatziioannou S, Pianou N, Georgakopoulos A, Kafiri G, Pavlou S, and Kallergi M.
Increased sensitivity of whole body F-18 FDG PET/CT scan with an extra, high resolution
head & neck imaging protocol in detecting recurrent thyroid carcinoma: an ROC study.
To be submitted to JNM October 2011. (IF=7.022)

CONFERENCE & WORKSHOP CONTRIBUTIONS I (peer reviewed short papers):
1.
Kallergi M, Qian W, Clarke LP, and Gondeck AR. Bremsstrahlung imaging with the gamma camera. Proceedings of the SPIE Symposium on Medical Imaging VI, Image Instrumentation Conference 1651, Newport Beach, CA; February 23-27, 1992. Qian W, Kallergi M, Clarke LP, Woods K, and Clark RA. Application of nonlinear filtering in mammograms. Proceedings of the SPIE Symposium on Medical Imaging VI, Image Processing Conference 1652, Newport Beach, CA; February 23-27, 1992. Clarke LP, Qian W, Kallergi M, and Clark RA. Computer Assisted Diagnosis (CAD) in Mammography. Proceedings of the Symposium for Computer Assisted Radiology (SCAR), Baltimore, Maryland; June 14-17, pp. 116-122, 1992. Kallergi M, Qian W, Clarke LP, and Li HD. Neural network restoration of gamma camera bremsstrahlung images. Proceedings of the 14th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Paris, France; October 29 - November 1, 1992. Qian W, Clarke LP, Kallergi M, and Clark RA. Three-level median filters for digital mammography. Proceedings of the 14th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Paris, France; October 29 - November 1, 1992. Qian W, Clarke LP, Kallergi M, Li HD, Velthuizen RP, Clark RA, and Silbiger ML. Tree-structured nonlinear filter and wavelet transform for microcalcification segmentation in mammography. Proceedings of the IS&T/SPIE Annual Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Science & Technology, San Jose, California; January 31 - February 5, 1993. Li HD, Qian W, Clarke LP, and Kallergi M. Neural Network for Maximum Entropy Restoration of Nuclear Medicine Images. Proceedings of the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, Minneapolis, Minnesota; April 27-30, 1993. Li HD, Kallergi M, Clarke LP, Qian W, and Clark RA. Markov random field model for mammogram segmentation. Proceedings of the 15th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, San Diego, CA, October 28-31, 1993. Qian W, Clarke LP, Kallergi M, Li HD, Clark RA, and Silbiger ML. Adaptive order statistic filtering and wavelet transform for feature enhancement in mammography. Proceedings of the 15th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, San Diego, CA, October 28-31, 1993. Qian W, Clarke LP, Kallergi M, and Abernathy M. Neural filters and hybrid neural networks for gamma camera-bremsstrahlung image restoration. Proceeding of the International Neural Network Society Annual Meeting, World Congress on Neural Networks, San Diego, CA, June 4-9, p. I-109, 1994. Qian W, Clarke LP, Kallergi M, Venugopal P, Clark RA, and Silbiger ML. Application of wavelet transform for image enhancement in medical imaging. In: Intelligent Engineering Systems Through Artificial Neural Networks. Dagli CH, Fernandez BR, Ghosh J, and Kumara RTS, eds. Proceedings of the Artificial Neural Networks in Engineering Conference (ANNIE'94), November 13-16, St. Louis, Missouri, 1994; 4:651-660. ASME Press Series on International Advances in Design Productivity. Qian W, Clarke LP, Kallergi M, Song DS, Clark R, and Silbiger M. Application of wavelet transform for image segmentation in mammography. Proceedings of the IPMI Conference, June 26-30, 1995. Kallergi M, Gavrielides MA, Gross WW, Clarke LP. Evaluation of a CCD-based film digitizer for digital mammography. SPIE 1997; 3032:282-291. Gohel HJ, Kallergi M, Vossberg M, Gavrielides MA, Clarke LP, and Thomas JA. A workstation interface for ROC studies in digital mammography. SPIE 1997; 3031:440-447. Gavrielides MA, Kallergi M, and Clarke LP. Automatic shape analysis and classification of mammographic calcifications. SPIE 1997; 3034:869-876. Kallergi M, Clark RA, and Clarke LP. Medical image databases for CAD applications in digital mammography: Design issues. Proceedings of the Medical Informatics Europe, 14th International Congress, May 25-29, Sithonia, Greece, 1997. In Medical Informatics Europe ’97, Pappas, C., Maglaveras, N., and Scherrer, J. R., (Eds.), IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp. 601-605, 1997. {Stud. Health Technol. Inform. 1997; 43 Pt B:601-605.} Heine JJ, Kallergi M, Chetelat SM, and Clarke LP. Multiresolution Wavelet Approach for Separating the Breast Region from the Background in High Resolution Digital Mammography. In Digital Mammography, Nijmegen, 1998. Karssemeijer N, Thijssen M, Hendriks J, and van Erning L, eds. Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Digital Mammography, June 2-6, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 1998. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 295-298. Kallergi M, He L, Gavrielides M, Heine J, and Clarke LP. Resolution effects on the morphology of calcifications in digital mammograms. In Medicon ‘98’, Proceedings of VIII Mediterranean Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, Lemesos, Cyprus, (June 14-17, 1998). CD-ROM, ISBN 9963-607-13-6. Bruce LM and Kallergi M. Effects of image resolution and segmentation method on automated mammographic mass shape classification. SPIE 1999; 3661:940-947. Bruce LM, Kallergi M, and Mendoza A. Wavelet scalar-energy features for recognition of mammographic mass shapes. SPIE 1999; 3723:156-162. Zheng Y, Li L, Kallergi M, Qian W, and Clark RA. An improved method for automatic identification of lung regions in chest radiographs. Proc. SPIE 2000; 3979:1138-1146. Malhotra P, Kallergi M, Alexander D, Berman CG, Gardner M, Hersh MR, Hooper L, Kim JJ, and Venugopal P. Discrepancies between film and digital mammography interpretations. Proc. SPIE Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment 2002; 4686:119-128. Kallergi M, Hersh MR,and Thomas JA. Using BIRADS categories in ROC experiments. Proc. SPIE Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment 2002; 4686:60-67. Kallergi M, Qian W, CAPT Thomas JA, Eberhard JW, Claus BEH, and Clark RA. CAD methodology transfer from 2D to 3D digital mammography for calcification enhancement and segmentation: A feasibility study. In "Digital Mammography IWDM 2002", Peitgen HO (Ed.), p. 331, Springer-Verlag, New York, 2003. (Proc. 6th IWDM, Bremen Germany, June 22-25, 2002.) Kallergi M, Berman CG, Heine JJ, Hersh MR, Hooper LD, Kim JJ, Miller MM, Galbo CE, Thomas JA, and Clark RA . Effect of default display and presentation protocol on softcopy mammography. In "Digital Mammography IWDM 2002", Peitgen HO (Ed.), pp. 446-448, Springer-Verlag, New York, 2003. (Proc. 6th IWDM, Bremen Germany, June 22-25, 2002.) Kallergi M and Manohar A. Stereoscopic representation of the breast from two mammographic views with external markers. Proc. SPIE, Visualization, Image-Guided Procedures, and Display 2003; 5029:368-375. Li L, Wu Z, Chen L, George F, Chen Z, Salem A, Kallergi M, and Berman C. Breast Tissue Density and CAD Cancer Detection in Digital Mammography. Proc. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. 2005; 3:3253-3256. Kallergi M, Heine JJ, and Lucier BJ. Observer Evaluations of Wavelet Methods for the Enhancement and Compression of Digitized Mammograms. In “Digital Mammography IWDM 2006,” Astley S, Brady M, and Swigeelaar R (Eds.), Springer-Verlag, London, 2006. (Proc. 8th IWDM, Manchester, UK, June 18-21, 2006.) Kallergi M, Wollin E, Heine JJ, Kovalchuk N, and Manohar A. Magnetic Resonance Electrical Impedance Mammography: A Pilot Study. In “Digital Mammography IWDM 2006,” Astley S, Brady M, and Swigeelaar R (Eds.), Springer-Verlag, London, 2006. (Proc. 8th IWDM, Manchester, UK, June 18-21, 2006.) Land WH, Heine JJ, Margolis D, and Kallergi M. A complex adaptive decision mechanism (CADM) for two view mammography. ANNIE 2009, November 2-4, 2009. Conference Proceedings published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Press, Eds., Dagli, Bryden, Gen, Corns, Sϋer, and Tumer, Nov. 2009. Kallergi M, Pianou N, Georgakopoulos A, Kafiri G, Pavlou S, and Chatziioannou S. Quantitative evaluation of the memory bias effect in ROC studies with PET/CT. Submitted to SPIE Medical Imaging Conference, San Diego, CA, Feb. 2012.
CONFERENCE & WORKSHOP CONTRIBUTIONS II (peer reviewed abstracts):

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Kallergi M, Aubel J, and Sundaram S. Modulated reflectance of MBE-grown AlAs. Proceedings of the 16th Annual Symposium of the Florida Chapter of the American Vacuum Society. Clearwater: American Vacuum Society; 1987:15-16. Kallergi M, Sundaram S, Anderson TJ, and Edgar J. Laser-enhanced spots on epitaxial Layers of AlGaAs. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Symposium of the Florida Chapter of the American Vacuum Society. Clearwater: American Vacuum Society; 1988:17. Kallergi M, Sundaram S, Aubel J, Comas J, and Davis J. Modulated reflectance spectra of MBE-grown InSb. Proceedings of the Annual March Meeting of the American Physical Society, New Orleans, LA. Bulletin of APS 1988; 33:585. Kallergi M, Chi J, Sundaram S, and Aubel J. Modulated reflectance of InGaAs and InAlAs. Proceedings of the Annual March Meeting of the American Physical Society, New Orleans, LA. Bulletin of APS 1988; 33:527. Kallergi M, Aubel J, and Sundaram S. Modulated reflectance of epitaxial GaAs on Si substrate. Proceedings of the Annual March Meeting of the American Physical Society, St. Louis, MO. Bulletin of APS 1989; 34:. Roughani B, Kallergi M, Aubel J, and Sundaram S. Raman scattering by epitaxial GaAs on Si substrate. Proceedings of the Annual March Meeting of the American Physical Society, St. Louis, MO. Bulletin of APS 1989; 34:. Kallergi M, Roughani B, Aubel J, Sundaram S, Chu T, Chu S, and Green R. Modulated reflectance and Raman scattering studies of metalorganic chemical vapor deposited homolayers of GaAs. Proceedings of the Annual National Meeting of the American Vacuum Society, Boston, MA. Bulletin of AVS 1989. Kallergi M, Roughani B, Huang D, Aubel J, and Sundaram S. Comparative study of interference effects in electroreflectance and photoreflectance spectra of GaAs. Proceedings of the Annual March Meeting of the American Physical Society, Cincinnati, OH. Bulletin of APS 1991: 36:649. Kallergi M. Clark RA, Clarke LP, Qian W, and Woods K. Computer-Assisted Mammography. 15th Annual Cancer Research Seminar for the Researchers of Florida, American Cancer Society, Florida Division, Orlando, FL; February 29, 1992. Kallergi M, Qian W, and Clarke LP. Gamma camera images of beta emitters: neural network restoration. Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine, Los Angeles, CA; June 9-12; 1992. Kallergi M, Clarke LP, and Qian W. Quantitative reconstruction of 32P tomographic images: attenuation corrections and neural network restoration. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the AAPM, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; August 23-27, 1992. Woods K, Kallergi M, Clarke LP, Qian W, and Clark RA. Computerized parenchymal density measurements in digital mammography. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the AAPM, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; August 23-27, 1992. Clarke LP, Qian W, Woods KS, Kallergi M, Li HD, Velthuizen RP, and Clark RA. Non-linear filtering techniques for improved classification of mammographic parenchymal patterns in cancer screening. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of AAPM, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; August 23-27, 1992. Li HD, Qian W, Clarke LP, Kallergi M, and Clark RA. Mammographic image feature extraction and enhancement by wavelet transform. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the AAPM, Washington DC, August 8-12, 1993. Kallergi M, Abernathy MJ, Li HD, Jain VK, Clarke LP. Yttrium-90 attenuation measurements before and after maximum entropy image restoration. Proceedings of the SNM 41st Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, June 5-8; J Nuc Med 1994; 35(5):161P. Qian W, Clarke LP, Zheng B, and Kallergi M. Neural filter and neural network hybrid filter for gamma camera bremsstrahlung image restoration. Proceedings of the SNM 41st Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, June 5-8; J Nuc Med 1994; 35(5): 143P. Kallergi M, Clarke LP, Qian W, Venugopal P, Berman CG, Holman SF, Gavrielides M, and Clark RA. Conventional and digital (pre- and post-wavelet enhancement) mammography: An ROC study. Proceedings of the 80th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL, November 27 - December 2, 1994. Clarke LP, Qian W, Kallergi M, Lei M, Richards DW, Reintgen DS. Universal wavelet based filter for image enhancement in medical imaging. Proceedings of the 80th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL, November 27 - December 2, 1994. Clarke LP, Qian W, Song D, Li H, Venugopal P, and Kallergi M. Four-channel filter banks and wavelets for segmentation of MCC's in mammography. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the AAPM, Boston, MA, July 23-27; Med Phys 1995; 22(6):903. M, Gavrielides MA, Qian W, Song D, Venugopal PR, Clark RA, and Clarke LP. Morphology and distribution of calcifications in wavelet-processed digital mammograms. Proceedings of the 81st Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL, November 26 - December 1; Radiology 1995; 197(P):392. Clarke LP, Qian W, Kallergi M, Song Dansheng, Venugopal P, and Clark RA. Digital mammography: M channel wavelet based methods for microcalcification segmentation that matches the sensor resolution. Proceedings of the 81st Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL, November 26 - December 1; Radiology 1995; 197(P):291. Clarke LP, Thomas J, Qian W, Kallergi M, Li L, and Velthuizen R. CAD: Wavelet segmentation for improved feature extraction. RSNA InfoRad, Radiology 1997a; 205(P):740. Clarke LP, Qian W, Velthuizen R, Li L, Mao F, Kallergi M, and Thomas J. Computer assisted diagnosis (CAD) methods for x-ray imaging and teleradiology. The 26th AIRP Workshop, Washington D.C., October 15-17, 1997. Kallergi M, Chetelat S, He L, and Clarke LP. Automatic calcification diagnosis in stereotactic biopsy images. Proc. of AAPM 40th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, Kallergi M, Hersh MR, Kim JJ, Chetelat SM, Avants BB, and Thomas JA. A workstation- user interface for softcopy reading of mammograms and CAD. Proc. of AAPM 41st Annual Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee, July 25-29, 1999; Med Phys 1999; 26(6):1082. Kallergi M, Hersh MR, Clark RA, Avants BB, Chetelat SM, and Thomas JA. Film versus softcopy interpretation of mammograms. Proc. of VI International Conference on Medical Physics, Patras, Greece, September 1-4, 1999. Velthuizen RP, Kallergi M, Qian W, Li L, Heine JJ, and Clark RA. Teleradiology Using Internet2. 1st International Workshop on Digital and Computational Video. Tampa, FL, December 10, 1999 (http://ee.eng.usf.edu/DCV99). Alexander DD, Malhotra P, Hersh MR, Berman CG, Hooper L, Gardner M, Kim JJ, and Kallergi M. Digital vs. Film Mammography: Calcification Interpretation. Proc. of AAPM 43rd Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 22-26, 2001. Kallergi M and Manohar A. Generating a 3D view of the breast from the two standard mammographic projections. Proceedings of DOD’s ERA of HOPE Meeting, Orlando, FL, September 25-29, 2002. Kallergi M, Thomas JA, Berman CG, Hersh MR, Li L, Clark RA, {Hooper LD, Kim JJ, Miller MM, Qian W, Tsalla E, and Galbo CE}. Impact of false positive CAD detections on mammography. Proceedings of 88th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of RSNA (oral presentation), December 1-6, Chicago, IL, 2002. Thomas J, Eberhard J, and Kallergi M. Multi-Site 3-D Tomosynthesis Mammography: Image Acquisition, Reconstruction, CAD and Display. Internet 2/NLM infoRAD Demos and Turorials, RSNA, December 1-6, Chicago, IL, 2002. Romilly AP, Kallergi M, Berman CG, Cressman JB, Szabunio MM, and Venugopal PR. Pilot Clinical Evaluation of a New Digital System for Mammography. Proceedings of 89th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of RSNA (Hot Topics – oral presentation), November 3 - December 5, Chicago, IL, 2003. Kovalchuk N, Kallergi M, Wollin E, Heine JJ, and Manohar A. Magnetic Resonance Electrical Impedance Mammography: A Feasibility Study. Proc. AAPM, Orlando, FL, July 30 – Aug. 2, 2006. Kallergi M, Heine JJ, and Manohar A. Computer aided diagnosis for breast calcification clusters: two-view approach. Proc. 50th Annual Meeting of AAPM, Houston, TX, July 27-31, 2008. Grika E, Vlachogiannopoulos P, Manavaki R, Chatziioannou S, Pianou N, and Kallergi M. Detection of Ischemic Lesions in Patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) using Positron Emitting Tomography (PET/CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). EULAR, Rome, IT, June 16-19, 2010. Kallergi M and Vourtsi A. CAD in two-view digital mammography. Proc. 52nd Annual Meeting of AAPM, Philadelphia, PA, July 18-22, 2010. Chatziioannou S, Pianou N, Georgakopoulos A, Kafiri G, Pavlou S, and Kallergi M. Increased sensitivity of whole body F-18 FDG PET/CT scan with an extra, high resolution head & neck imaging protocol in detecting recurrent thyroid carcinoma: an ROC study. Proc. Annual Meeting of SNM, 2011.
INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES:

Clarke LP, Blaine GJ, Doi K, Yaffe MJ, Shtern F, Brown GS, Winfield DL, and Kallergi M. Digital mammography cancer screening: factors important for image compression. Proceedings of the Space and Earth Science Data Compression Workshop (NASA Conference Publication 3191), Invited Presentation, Snowbird, Utah, April 2, pp. 63-74, 1993. Clarke LP, Kallergi M, Qian W, Li HD, Velthuizen RP, and Clark RA. Digital mammography: Review of advanced computer assisted diagnostic (CAD) methods. President's Symposium; Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the AAPM, Invited Presentation, Washington DC, August 8-12, 1993. Qian W, Clarke LP, Kallergi M, and Lucier BJ. Wavelet transform for image segmentation and analysis. President's Symposium; Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the AAPM, Invited Presentation, Washington DC, August 8-12, 1993. Kallergi M, Qian W, Venugopal PR, Clark RA, and Clarke LP. Wavelets in digital mammography: enhancement, segmentation, and compression. Workshop of Computer-Aided Diagnosis in Medical Imaging, Invited Speaker and Computer Demonstration, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington D.C., July 5-6, 1994. Kallergi M. Computer assisted diagnosis and digital mammography (1 CME credit). AAPM Southeastern Chapter Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, April 20-21, 1995. Kallergi M. Digital mammography and computer aided design (1 CME credit). AAPM Southeastern Chapter Fall Meeting, Orlando, FL, November 20, 1998. Kallergi M. Digital mammography. Faculty of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Oncology Preceptorship Program. Lectures to oncology nurses and physician assistants on digital mammography issues, March 1999. Kallergi M. Digital Mammography and Telemammography. Guest Speaker of the Joint Cancer Conference of the Florida Universities, Orlando, FL, January 27-29, 2000. Kallergi M. Digital mammography, comparison to screen/film mammography, and quality control requirements. MQSA Continuing Education Course, Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors – Committee on Mammography. Tampa, FL, May 12-14, 2000. January 2000 10. Kallergi M. Digital Mammography, CAD, and Telemammography. Guest Speaker of the Florida West Coast Section Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. February 9, 2000 (Certificate of Appreciation). 11. Kallergi M. Digital Imaging, Breast Cancer. Invited Speaker at the Moffitt Cancer Center 12. Research Retreat. February 26, 2000, Tampa, FL. 13. Kallergi M. Digital Mammography Databases. Invited Speaker at the Technical Topics Conference of the Research Computing Group of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute. October 18, 2000, Tampa, FL. 14. Kallergi M. Seminar on Digital Mammography. Invited Speaker of the Mammography Conference for Mammography Personnel - Seminars for Continuing Education. October 28, 2000, Tampa, FL. 15. Kallergi M. Digital Mammography Clinical Trial: An Update. Invited Speaker at the Cancer Control Research Interest Group Monthly Meeting. January 11, 2001, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, Tampa, FL. 16. Kallergi M. QC for Digital Mammography. Invited Speaker of the Annual Meeting of the Florida Chapter of the AAPM. April 19-21, 2001, Orlando, FL. 17. Kallergi M. New technologies for breast imaging. Invited Speaker and Panelist. 4th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon, Sarasota/Manatee/Moffitt, October 17, 2001. 18. Kallergi M. Digital Radiography Computer Aided Detection/Diagnosis – Breast Cancer. Invited speaker, Digital Radiography Mini-Course, RSNA 2002. 19. Kallergi M. Evaluation issues on computer aided detection and diagnosis methodologies. Invited Speaker, NCI Workshop on "Validation of Computer Assisted Diagnosis Procedures", Chevy Chase, MD, October 15, 2003. 20. Kallergi M. Digital Mammography and CAD. Hot Topics in Breast Cancer. Seminars in Oncology. H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute. February 16, 2005. 21. Kallergi M. Advances in Breast Imaging. Breast Imaging Update 2005. Key West, FL, 22. Kallergi M. User Interface Optimization. SCAR University, Section 7, Image Perception. Proc. SCARU, pp. 78-80, Orlando, FL, June 2-5, 2005. 23. Kallergi M. Update on FFDM Systems. DC Metropolitan Radiological Society Breast Imaging Update 2005. Washington DC, October 28-30, 2005. 24. Kallergi M. Digital Mammography and Advanced Applications. DC Metropolitan Radiological Society Breast Imaging Update 2005. Washington DC, October 28-30, 2005. 25. Kallergi M. REVIEW - Advances in Medical Imaging: Molecular and Multimodality Imaging. 3rd MedicExpo, Athens, Greece, Mar. 27-30, 2008. 26. Mantadakis E, Menichtas D, Chatziioannou S, Papaspirou SL, and Kallergi M. Teleradiology for PET/CT. 3rd MedicExpo, Athens, Greece, Mar. 27-30, 2008. 27. Kallergi M. REVIEW - Nanotechnology and Medicine. 4th MedicExpo, Athens, Greece, 28. Menichtas D, Mantadakis E, Chatziioannou S, Papaspirou SL, and Kallergi M. Issues of internet security for telemedicine applications. 4th MedicExpo, Athens, Greece, Apr. 3-5, 2009. 29. Farsaris M, Skopelitis M, Vourtsi A, and Kallergi M. Cost analysis of full field digital and screen film mammography in Greece. 4th MedicExpo, Athens, Greece, Apr. 3-5, 2009. 30. Kallergi M. REVIEW - Breast Imaging: 1913-2010. 5th MedicExpo, Athens, Greece, Apr. 31. Menichtas D and Kallergi M. REVIEW – Robotics in Medicine. 6th MedicExpo, Athens, 32. Stratikopoulos I, Saatsakis G, and Kallergi M. Automated monitoring system of incubator noise level to prevent neurological disorders in newborn. 6th MedicExpo, Athens, Greece, Feb. 25-27, 2011. 33. Kondili M, Kiriazi N, and Kallergi M. CAD performance on two-view mammography. 6th MedicExpo, Athens, Greece, Feb. 25-27, 2011. 34. Kleftogianni L, Mathioudi E, and Kallergi M. Visually lossless compression of full field digital mammography. 6th MedicExpo, Athens, Greece, Feb. 25-27, 2011.
EDITORIALS:
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Kallergi M. Computer assisted diagnosis in mammography: The role of artificial neural networks and wavelets. Advance for Administrators in Radiology and Radiation Oncology, Guest Editorial, April 1995. Kallergi M. Building a Better Mammogram. Invited contribution, The Moffitt Monographs, Vol. 1, Number 2, pp. 18-21, 2003. Kallergi M. Point/Counterpoint with Robert Nishikawa on CAD for screening mammography. C. Orton (Ed.), Med. Phys. April 2006.
BOOK REVIEWS:

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Meyer-Bäse A. Pattern Recognition for Medical Imaging. Elsevier Academic Press, San Diego, CA 2004. Advanced Plaque Imaging: Pixel to Molecular Levels. CRC Press 2004. Beverly Hashimoto. Practical Digital Mammography. Thieme Press 2005.
MEDIA FEATURES (NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, TV, AND RADIO):

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Research fine-tunes mammography. Today’s Tomorrows, A journal of cancer care, research, and education of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, Spring 1992. Digital Mammography. Channel 10 News, Tampa, FL, July 12, 1993. Computer aided diagnosis for mammography. Channel 10 News, Tampa, FL, August 8, 1995. Aiming High. Tampa Tribune, February 10, 1997. USF Research News. Tampa Bay Business Journal, August 8-14, 1997. Computer software may help fight cancer. The Oracle, October 2, 1997. Detecting Cancer. Trendsetters, Healthcare & Insurance. Florida Trend, The Magazine Tower of Power. Tampa Bay Illustrated, September/October, 2003. Digital Medical Imaging Laboratory Moves Computer-Assisted Mammography to Next Level. Today’s Tomorrows, A journal of cancer care, research, and education of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, Vol. 11, Issue 2, Summer 2003. Televised medical news story on the computer aided diagnosis methodology and its potential to reduce biopsies. Distributed and broadcasted nationally by Ivanhoe Broadcast News, 2003. Televised medical news story on the computer aided diagnosis methodology. Distributed and broadcasted nationally by Medstar Television, Inc., 2004. Breast Cancer: New software moves from detection to diagnosis. In This month at Moffitt, Nation/World Section, Tampa Tribune, Sunday, June 20, 2004. New Advances in Tumor Imaging. One of Education Channel’s (Ch. 18) and Moffitt Cancer Center’s 12-part series on Taking Control of Cancer. Interviews aired on Dec. 5, 8, and 9, 2004. Tampa, Florida, and nationwide.
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Automated three-dimensional techniques for treatment monitoring in oncology (ATMO) Hellenic Ministry of Education (Program Archimedes III) 01/01/2012 - 12/31/2014 (Phase I review successful – Phase II review pending) Evaluation of PET/CT for treatment monitoring of non-resectable abdominal cancers and development of algorithms for the automated analysis and measurement of tumors as a function of treatment and time. PET/CT: a better approach to low back pain diagnosis and treatment Hellenic Ministry of Education (“Excellence” Program) Co-Investigator (PI: S. Chatziioannou, M.D.) The project proposes clinical evaluation of PET/CT for improved diagnosis of low back pain and more effective design of treatment. Novel biological treatments for critical size bone defects Hellenic Ministry of Education (“Excellence” Program) Co-Investigator (PI: S. Pneumaticos, M.D.) The purpose of this proposal is to demonstrate the effectiveness of mechanically stimulated periodontal ligament cells compared to other osteoblastic cell populations in the treatment of critical size bone defects in rabbits. Furthermore, the specificity and sensitivity of 18-F NaF PET scanning in detecting bone healing will be evaluated while molecular signaling pathways involved in the bone defect healing process will be studied. ACS/Moffitt Cancer Center - Institutional Grant Program Application and evaluation of algorithm for digital mammogram enhancement Quantitative imaging of beta emitters using the gamma camera Imaging of beta emitters and development of software for image restoration and dosimetry measurements SPECT at 511 keV: Use of neural network image restoration filters for collimators with weight constraints. Use a SPECT camera for positron imaging and apply restoration filters to improve image quality and quantitation Advanced signal processing methods applied to digital mammography and other imaging modalities. NASA: Life and Microgravity Sciences and Application Co-Investigator for USF Subcontract (PI: K. Cullers) Investigation of wavelets and noise modeling methods to identify normal mammograms. Participation to the Medical Informatics Europe 1997 Congress University of South Florida; Faculty International Travel Award Participate and present paper on medical image databases to the Medical Informatics Europe Congress, Sithonia, Greece, May 25-29, 1997. Digital mammography: Second opinion strategy using telemedicine. Study the feasibility of telemammography and use of CAD enhancement methods based on wavelets to standardize remote diagnosis using breast cancer screening as a clinical model. Digital x-ray mammogram: Multiple image display workstation for remote analysis of images. GTE & H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute This is a pilot telemammography study that aims at the development and evaluation of a workstation-user interface with two high resolution monitors for primary reading of digital mammograms. Digital mammography: Computed radiographic diagnosis and multisite ROC evaluation. Navy Medical Research & Development, USUHS Development and clinical evaluation of CAD methods for digitized screen- film mammography; multisite ROC evaluation by USUHS and USF/Moffitt Cancer Center. Co-founder and member of steering committee The goal of this effort is the establishment of a comprehensive institute for bioengineering that will support and unite existing research and educational programs at USF dealing with all aspects of bioengineering related scientific areas. Computer-aided diagnosis, digital x-ray imaging, and teleradiology research initiatives: Phase I Navy Medical Research & Development, USUHS Clinical evaluation of a full-field digital mammography system. Development and clinical evaluation of CAD methods for screen/film mammography and translation to digital mammography. Multisite ROC evaluation of screen/film CAD by USUHS and USF/Moffitt Cancer Center. Computer-aided diagnosis, digital x-ray imaging, and teleradiology research initiatives: Phase II Navy Medical Research & Development, USUHS Continuing clinical evaluation of a full-field digital mammography system. Development and clinical evaluation of CAD methods for digital mammography. Computer evaluation of digital CAD on large databases. Computer-aided diagnosis, digital x-ray imaging, and teleradiology research initiatives: Phase III Navy Medical Research & Development, USUHS The goal of this project is to translate work from 2D digital mammography to 3D tomosynthesis. In particular, the goals are to perform preliminary studies and groundwork on (a) the characteristics of 3D tomosynthesis images, and identify similarities and differences to 2D digital mammography, and (b) the requirements for translating CAD algorithms developed for 2D breast imaging to phantom and clinical data obtained with the GE digital tomosynthesis system. CAD for mammographic interpretation of calcifications. Source of Support: National Institutes of Health (FIRST Award) Role in Project: Develop and evaluate a novel computer algorithm for the detection and classification of calcifications associated with breast cancer assisting radiologists in the diagnosis. A system for computer-aided mammogram interpretation PI on subcontract (PI: K. Woods of Intelligent Systems) The major goal of this project is to develop CAD methods for breast cancer detection from mammograms. The role of the subcontract is to provide to Intelligent Systems the necessary data. Mammograms from the mammography screening program of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research institute will be provided for the evaluation of the CAD algorithms developed by the company. Participation to the 6th International Workshop in Digital Mammography and the 16th International Congress and Exhibition of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery University of South Florida; Faculty International Travel Award Participate and present papers on digital tomosynthesis at the IWDM and CARS 2002. Three-dimensional representation of the breast with digital mammography DoD/U.S. Army/BCRP 2000 – Concept award The major goal of this project is to develop a new imaging methodology and an algorithm for the three-dimensional reconstruction of the breast using the two mammographic views and spatial markers. The outcome may have applications to physical examinations, mammography, and breast cancer treatment. Digital Mammography: Optimized CAD System for Mass Detection The major goal of this project is to develop and evaluate a CAD algorithm for the detection of masses in digital and digitized mammograms. 3D Digital Mammography -- Advanced Applications and Clinical Studies: Phase I Navy Medical Research & Development, USUHS The goals of this project are to continue (a) to study and determine the characteristics of tomosynthesis images, and identify similarities and differences to 2D digital mammography, and (b) to investigate the translation of CAD algorithms developed for 2D breast imaging to phantom and clinical data obtained with the GE digital tomosynthesis system. Robust detection of masses in digitized mammograms The major goal of this project is to develop and evaluate a robust CAD method for mass detection in digitized mammograms. The method will include image standardization, adaptive, and multi-mode processing, and hybrid classification for improved and robust segmentation, and classification of breast tumors. Mammography Imaging Screening Trial (DMIST) of the American College of Radiology Imaging Network (ACRIN - 6652) This is a multisite clinical trial. The goal of the project is to collect a large number of digital and corresponding screen/film mammograms to compare the two imaging modalities. Evaluation of flat panel displays for digital mammography. The goal of this project was to characterize and evaluate two new flat-panel, high-resolution monitors relative to standard CRTs for primary diagnosis of digitized and digital mammograms. Magnetic Resonance Electrical Impedance Mammography Consultant to Moffitt Cancer Center & Wollin Ventures, Inc. The major goal of this project is to implement, test, and evaluate the development of a new technique for breast cancer imaging that incorporates electrical impedance principles in MRI. Computerized Analysis and Detection of Missed Cancer in Screening Mammogram The goals of this project are to perform an analysis of the missed cancer cases in screening mammography, and develop new CAD algorithms for the detection and diagnosis of early breast cancer signs to significantly reduce perception errors. Pre-clinical and clinical evaluation of high resolution, mobile gamma camera and positron imaging devices Co-Investigator (PI: David Gilland - UF; PI Subcontract: Claudia G. Berman - USF) The goal of this project is to design, build and evaluate a compact and mobile gamma and positron imaging camera for the diagnosis, staging, and treatment of cancer and heart disease. NIH/NCI-Mentored Quantitative Research Career Award Co-Mentor (PI: Anke Meyer-Baese – FSU) The major goal of this project is the development of computer algorithms for breast MRI. It is a career transition award for Dr. Meyer-Baese. I am co-mentor to Dr. Meyer-Baese for this work.

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