About the Journal

Aims and Scope

The Open Medical Imaging Journal is an open access online journal that publishes research articles, reviews/mini-reviews, case studies, guest-edited thematic issues and short communications/letters on the latest developments and applications of imaging technology in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of all kinds. Manuscripts are considered for publication on a range of topics including abdominal imaging, biomedical imaging, brain imaging, cardiovascular imaging, clinical physiology and functional imaging, molecular imaging and biology, neuroimaging, nuclear medicine, and retinal imaging. Imaging techniques covered include microscopy, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, diffusion tensor imaging, mathematical imaging and vision, medical image analysis, radiography, radionuclide imaging, echocardiography, computerized medical imaging and graphics, real time imaging, tomography, and ultrasound, optical, non-invasive and X-ray imaging. The journal aims to promote the awareness and understanding of medical radiologists and physicists in the utilization of imaging technology for therapeutic care.


About the Editor

Christopher W. Tyler
Smith-Kettlewell Brain Imaging Center
Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
San Francisco
USA

Brief Biography

Dr. Christopher W. Tyler received his training in Experimental Psychology at the Universities of Leicester, Aston and Keele, UK, before completing post-doctoral fellowships at Northeastern University (USA), University of Bristol (UK) and Bell Laboratories. Dr. Tyler is a visual neuroscientist, creator of the autostereogram (“Magic Eye” pictures) and serves as the Head of the Smith-Kettlewell Brain Imaging Center, San Francisco, CA, USA. His current research interests are in the fields of visual perception and visual neuroscience. His latest contributions involve theoretical, psychophysical and functional MRI studies of the structure of global processes, such as structure from motion, symmetry, figure/ground and stereoscopic depth perception and their susceptibility to damage in traumatic brain injury.

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