Title

Classification of Epithelium Regions for CIN

Presenter Information

William KY Ong

Department

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Major

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Advisor

Stanley, R. Joe

Advisor's Department

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Funding Source

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Abstract

The scope of this OURE Fellows project is to continue investigating deep learning and big data techniques to detect key features in the epithelium in digitized histology images and to classify epithelium regions for Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia (CIN) discrimination. William Ong will be asked to label key features in the epithelium lesion region from a database of over 200 digitized histology images to be used as inputs for deep learning algorithms. William will use existing image annotation tools available in Dr. R. Joe Stanley’s laboratory as well as baseline deep learning methods developed in Python for feature and CIN discrimination analysis. He will work with Dr. Stanley and Dr. William Van Stoecker for the image labeling process. William will apply utilize these labeled features, including nuclei, cellular and acellular features, for the development and extension of deep learning convolutional neural network and data fusion techniques to identify and characterize key features and to classify the epithelium region. All work will be done under the supervision of Dr. R. Joe Stanley, the faculty advisor for this project and will be mentored by two of Dr. Stanley's Ph.D. students.

Biography

William Ong is currently a student at Missouri S&T studying electrical and computer engineering, emphasizing in deep learning and AI. This past year, William had participated in Dr. Stanley's CIN lab. William also has participated in Dr. Donnell's Applied Microwave Thermography Nondestructive Testing Lab. William’s interests include biology, statics, and big data analytics. William is passionate in using AI and deep learning to aid people in meaningful ways.

Presentation Type

OURE Fellows Proposal Oral Applicant

Document Type

Presentation

Location

Missouri Room

Presentation Date

16 Apr 2019, 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm

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Classification of Epithelium Regions for CIN

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The scope of this OURE Fellows project is to continue investigating deep learning and big data techniques to detect key features in the epithelium in digitized histology images and to classify epithelium regions for Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia (CIN) discrimination. William Ong will be asked to label key features in the epithelium lesion region from a database of over 200 digitized histology images to be used as inputs for deep learning algorithms. William will use existing image annotation tools available in Dr. R. Joe Stanley’s laboratory as well as baseline deep learning methods developed in Python for feature and CIN discrimination analysis. He will work with Dr. Stanley and Dr. William Van Stoecker for the image labeling process. William will apply utilize these labeled features, including nuclei, cellular and acellular features, for the development and extension of deep learning convolutional neural network and data fusion techniques to identify and characterize key features and to classify the epithelium region. All work will be done under the supervision of Dr. R. Joe Stanley, the faculty advisor for this project and will be mentored by two of Dr. Stanley's Ph.D. students.