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Dr. Yan Chen

B.Eng (hons), M.Sc. PhD

Research Associate

PERFORMS project

 

 

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+44 (0)1509 635739

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Research Groups

 

Applied Vision Research Centre (AVRC).

Research Interests

 

The research focuses on how to deliver mammographic interpretation training using various systems. It concentrates upon: 1) the potential use of eye movement information for future training in interpreting mammograms; 2) the potential for providing computer-based interpretation training using low-cost and hand-held devices. The whole research involves three main research domains; breast screening (in particular mammography), visual search, and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI).

Publications & Dissemination

 

1. Chen, Y., James, J., Turnbull, A., Gale, A.G., (in Press). Is image manipulation necessary to interpret digital mammographic images efficiently?. In Proceedings of SPIE Medical Imaging Conference 2011.

2. Darker, I.T., Gale, A. G., Chen, Y., (in Press). Health professionals' agreement on density judgements and successful abnormality identification within the UK Breast Screening Programme, In Proceeding of SPIE Medical Imaging Conference 2011.

3. Chen, Y., James, J., Evans, A., Turnbull, A. and Gale, A., 2010. An investigation of workstation image manipulation usage when examining FFDM images. Breast Cancer Research, 12 (Suppl. 3), P9.

4. Darker, I.T., Gale, A. G., Chen, Y., 2010. Variability in film reader estimates of breast density in the PERFORMS scheme, Breast Cancer Research, 12(Suppl 3):P42

5. Chen, Y. & Gale, A., 2010. Intelligent computing applications based on eye gaze: their role in medical image interpretation. Advanced Intelligent Computing. Theories and Applications: 6th International Conference on Intelligent Computing, Springer, P320.

6. Chen, Y., Gale, A., James, J. & Turnbull, A., 2010. The effects of image manipulation on digital mammographic interpretation, In Proceedings of Symposium Mammographicum 2010, British J. Radiology online.

7. Chen Y., & Gale A.G., 2010. Mammographic interpretation training: how could low cost display devices help? In Digital Mammography. J. Marti, A. Oliver, J. Freixenet, & R. Marti (eds). Springer.

8. Chen Y., Gale A.G., 2010. Using Eye Gaze in Intelligent Interactive Imaging Training, In Proceedings of the International Conference on User Interfaces.

9. Chen, Y., James, J., Turnbull, A., Scott, H. & Gale, A.G., 2010. Is image manipulation necessary in digital mammographic interpretation? In Proceedings of the European Conference on Radiology 2010

10. Chen, Y., Gale, A.G., James, J., Evans, A. & Turnbull, A., 2010. Breast Screening: visual search as an aid for digital mammographic interpretation training. In B. Sahiner & D.J. Manning (Eds.) Proceedings of SPIE Medical Imaging 2010: Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment, Vol 7627.

11. Chen, Y., Gale, A.G., & Evans, A., 2009. The feasibility of vision-supported computer-based training in digital mammography, Breast Cancer Research 2009, 11(Suppl 2):P29.

12. Chen, Y., James, J., & Gale, A.G., 2009. How important is mammographic image manipulation when examining digital screening cases?, Breast Cancer Research 2009, 11(Suppl 2):P7.

13. Chen, Y., Gale, A.G. & Scott, H.J., 2009. Breast screening: a vision supported healthcare training approach. In Proceedings of the IEA 17th World Congress on Ergonomics.

14. Chen, Y., Gale, A., Scott, H., Evans, A. & James, J., 2009. Computer-Based Learning to Improve Breast Cancer Detection Skills. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Part IV: Interacting in Various Application Domains; Springer; JA Jacko (Ed.): Human-Computer Interaction, Part IV, HCII 2009, LNCS 5613, pp. 49–57.

15. Chen, Y., Gale, A.G., Scott, H.J., Wang, X.Y., Liu, H.H. & Xie, A.M., 2009. Delivering mammographic interpretation training in China: can low-cost computer displays help?, BJR Congress Series -Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress 2009, p106.

16. Chen, Y., Gale, A.G. & Scott, H.J., 2009. Mammographic interpretation training in the UK: current difficulties and future outlook. In B. Sahiner & D.J. Manning (Eds.) Proceedings of SPIE Medical Imaging 2009: Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment, Vol. 7263, pp C1 – C10.

17. Chen, Y., Gale, A.G. & Scott, H.J., 2008. Mammographic interpretation training: what exactly do film-readers want?, Breast Cancer Research, Vol. 10, p S3, 2008.

18. Chen, Y., Gale, A.G., Scott, H.J., 2008. The possibility of 3W (Whatever required, Whenever, Wherever) Mammographic Interpretation Training. BJR Congress Series - Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress 2008, p63.

19. Chen, Y., Gale, A.G. & Scott, H.J., 2008. Anytime, Anywhere Mammographic Interpretation Training. In P.D. Bust (Ed.) Contemporary Ergonomics 2008, 375-380. Taylor & Francis, London, 2008.

20. Chen Y., Gale A.G., Scott H.J.: Mammographic interpretation training: what exactly do film-readers want? Presented at Symposium Mammographicum, Lille, France, July 2008.

21. Chen Y., Gale A.G., Scott H.J.: The possibility of 3W (Whatever required, Whenever, Wherever) Mammographic Interpretation Training. Presented at the UK Radiological Congress 2008, Birmingham UK, June 2008.

22. Chen Y., Gale A.G. & Scott H.J.: Anytime, Anywhere Mammographic Interpretation Training, Presented at the Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society, Nottingham UK, April 2008.

23. Chen Y., Gale A.G., Scott H.J.: Mammographic interpretation training: how useful is handheld technology?, Presented at the SPIE Medical Imaging Conference, San Diego USA, February 2008.

 

   
   
   
   
   

 

 

 

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