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Photoshop for Lab Scientists

Develop an interactive teaching resource for basic histomorphometric analysis

We have received funding for developing an interactive teaching resource for basic histomorphometric analysis using Adobe Photoshop Extended. Adobe has greatly expanded the capabilities of Photoshop for measuring image elements. Using an application like Photoshop would eliminate the hurdles of buying a very expensive, highly specialized histomorphometric package in order to make a limited number of measurements. Using a general purpose application instead of a dedicated histomorphometric application would particularly appeal to researchers who do such measurements to a somewhat limited degree.

Type of project: academic

   

Involved Persons:

Project Leader: Heiko Spallek (School of Dental Medicine, University of Pittsburgh)
Other involved People: Mark Mooney, Eric Wexler, Carol Washburn, David Zug, Wendy O'Donnell

Funding:

Is the project funded?yes
Funding source:University of Pittsburgh, Office of the Provost's Advisory Council on the Instructional Excellence

Other information:

Duration of project:5/2008-6/2009
Papers related to project:Application: http://www.dental.pitt.edu/informatics/PS-Science.pdf
Personnel needed:none (project completed)

DIOC user:

heiko spallek (88 star_green), School of Dental Medicine, University of Pittsburgh
heiko spallek's interests: digital imaging/image processing, clinical decision support, educational technology, practice management, computer-based patient records, evidence-based dentistry/electronic information resources, research methods, e-communities

Comments:

saeid kazemi (8 ), 01/6/2008:
I am interested in the field. It is both cost effective for the users and sort of convention for everybody to use a unique tool.

 

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