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Jiali Wang, Ph.D., DABR

Atlanta Field Office Director & Senior Medical Physicist

Jiali Wang

Biography

Before joining West Physics, Dr. Wang worked as a research assistant in an NIH (National Institutes of Health)-funded project to design a respiratory gating system for PET/CT scanners, and to develop motion correction algorithms for lung tumor PET images. He has also spent several years providing diagnostic imaging testing and consulting in South Florida, specializing in ACR accreditations, nuclear medicine auditing and regulatory consultation. Dr. Wang has a deep interest and background in medical imaging and medical instrument techniques.

Dr. Wang is originally from Nantong, China.

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Engineering – Florida International University
  • Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering – Florida International University
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering – Zhejiang University

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology – Diagnostic Radiological Physics
  • American Board of Radiology – Nuclear Medical Physics

Memberships

  • American Association of Physicists in Medicine
  • Health Physics Society
  • Society of Molecular Imaging

Publications

Wang, J., J. Franquiz, and A.J. McGoron. “Comparison of Respiratory Motion Correction Methods in 4D PET Lung Tumor Quantification,” International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering Proceedings 24, p. 63-66. (2009).

McGoron, A.J., Wang, J., et al, “Quantitative Comparison of Two Gating Schemes in Lung PET: Simulation with Computer Phantom,” Biomedical Engineering, Recent Developments, p. 27-32. (2008).

Wang, J., Valle, D.M., et al, “Automated Lung Tumor Detection and Quantification for Respiratory Gated PET/CT Images,” Image Processing, Proc. SPIE, Int. Soc. Opt. Eng. Volume 6914, p. 69144G 1-10. (2008).

Goryawalaa, Z.M., Valle, D.M., Wang, J., et al, “Low-cost Respiratory Motion Tracking System,” Visualization, Image-guided Procedures and Modeling, Proc. SPIE, Int. Soc. Opt. Eng. Volume 6918, p. 691822 1-12. (2008).

Wang, J., Byrne, J., Franquiz, J, McGoron, A.J., “Evaluation of Amplitude-based Sorting Algorithm to Reduce Lung Tumor Blurring in PET Images Using 4D NCAT Phantom,” Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, Volume 87, Issue 2, p. 112-122. (2007).

Wang, J., McGoron, A.J., Byrne, J., Franquiz, J, “A Novel PET Respiratory Gating Algorithm to Reduce Lung Tumor Blurring Using the 4D NCAT Phantom,” Medical Physics, Volume 33, Issue 6, p. 2278. (2006).

Wang, J., McGoron, A.J., et al, “Respiratory Gating System Design for Motion Tracking in PET Molecular Imaging,” Proceedings of the Biomedical Engineering Society, Chicago, IL. (2006).

Wang, J., McGoron, A.J., et al, “Tracking of Lung Tumor Motion in 4D PET, Device Development,” Proc. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference. (2006).

Wang, J., McGoron, A.J., et al, “Amplitude Sorting Method to Compensate for Breathing Induced Motion Artifacts in PET/CT,” Proc. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference. (2006).