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Quantitative and Functional Cardiothoracic Imaging, with emphasis in diffuse lung diseases (ILD, COPD, BOS)Clinical Implementation of Artificial Intelligence AlgorithmsHealth Services Research focusing on Optimization of Cardiothoracic Structured Reporting and CT ProtocolsRisk Predictive Models and Thoracic OncologyLung Cancer Screening and OverdiagnosisClinical Research in Pulmonary Hypertension, Pulmonary Embolism, Thoracic Trauma
E. J. M. Barbosa Jr, K. Kelly: Can machine learning provide insight on what variables are predictive of whether patients with incidental pulmonary nodules on CT will receive appropriate follow up? Oral Scientific Presentation at the European Society of Thoracic Imaging 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting, Oxford, United Kingdom
E. J. M. Barbosa Jr, J. Levy: Low adherence to follow up recommendations for incidentally detected pulmonary nodules - logistic regression models may offer a data-driven framework for optimizing outcomes
Scientific Presentation at the European Society of Thoracic Imaging 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting, Oxford, United Kingdom : 2022.
Eduardo J. Mortani Barbosa Jr.; Leonid Roshkovan: Chapter 28: Modern Approach to Thoracic Imaging Diagnosis
Fishman’s Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders, Sixth Edition.
Editors: Michael A. Grippi, MD, Allan I. Pack, MD, Robert Kotloff, MD, Charles Dela Cruz, MD, Danielle Antin-Ozerkis, MD, and Camille Kotton, MD : 2022.
Eduardo J. Mortani Barbosa Jr., Kate Kelly: Demographic, Socioeconomic Status (SES) And Nodule Risk Can Accurately Predict Adherence To Follow Up Of Incidental Pulmonary Nodules RSNA - 107th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America : 2021.
Hwan Lee, Eduardo J. Mortani Barbosa Jr.: Prediction Of Complication Risk In CT-guided Thoracic Biopsy: A Prescription For Improving Procedure Safety RSNA - 107th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America : 2021.
Lindsay WD Jr, Sachs N, Gee JC, Mortani Barbosa EJ Jr.: Transparent machine learning models to diagnose suspicious thoracic lesions leveraging CT guided biopsy data.
Academic Radiology : 2021.
Joanna Jiang MD, Rochelle Yang, Eduardo Barbosa MD: Modeling Adherence to Lung Cancer Screening: Racial, Ethnic, and Socioeconomic Determinants 47th Pendergrass Symposium – University of Pennsylvania : 2021.
Christina Murphy, BA, Hwan Lee, MD, Eduardo J. Mortani Barbosa, Jr., MD: Prediction of complication risk in CT-guided thoracic biopsy: a prescription for improving procedure safety 47th Pendergrass Symposium – University of Pennsylvania : 2021.
H-M. Jung, R. Yang, W. Gefter, F. Ghesu, S. Liu, A. Mansoor, S. Grbic, S. Vogt, E. J. M. Barbosa Jr.: Quantitative chest CT and radiography substantially improve prognostic prediction of severe COVID-19 in multiparametric statistical models, when compared to clinical variables 47th Pendergrass Symposium – University of Pennsylvania : 2021.
Maya Galperin-Aizenberg; Sharyn Katz; Varsha Shankla; Paul Wileyto; Warren Gefter; Lawrence Daugherty; Drew Torigian; Eduardo Barbosa Jr: Preliminary assessment of an optical flow method (OFM) for non-rigid registration and temporal subtraction (TS) of serial CT examinations to facilitate evaluation of interval change in metastatic lung nodules Curr Probl Diagn Radiol
50 (3): 344-350,2021.
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of MedicineDepartment of Radiology - Division of Thoracic Imaging 3400 Spruce StreetGround Floor, Founders Building