Selected Publications

Articles In Academic Journals

Year Title
2016 An External Severity Index for Quantifying Pectus Excavatum Validated Using Pre- and Post-Operative CTJournal of Pediatric Surgical Specialties. 27.
2016 Pre- and postoperative Nuss procedure CT analysis to assess pectus excavatum indicesJournal of Pediatric Surgical Specialties. 42.
2016 Utilizing Pre- and Postoperative CT to Validate an Instrument for Quantifying Pectus Excavatum Severity,” Theory, Methodology, Tools and Applications for Modeling and Simulation of Complex Systems, Volume 645 of the series Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS), L. Zhang et al. (Eds.)AsiaSim.

Conference Papers

Year Title
2017 An Instrument for Assessing Chest Wall Deformities and Improvements
2016 External Severity Indices for Quantifying Pectus Excavatum Validated Using Pre- and Postoperative CT Analysis
2016 Investigating the Fidelity of an Improvement-Assessment Tool After One Vacuum Bell Treatment Session
2016 Validation of an objective assessment instrument for non-surgical treatments of chest wall deformities.  273-280.
2015 Mobile Application for Objective Measurement of Pectus Excavatum Vacuum Bell Treatment
2015 Towards a Hybrid Virtual/Physical Nuss Procedure Surgical Simulator
2014 Developing Clinically Relevant Aspects of the Nuss Procedure Surgical Simulator.  51-55.
2014 Improvement of a Virtual Pivot for Minimally Invasive Surgical Simulators using Haptic Augmentation
2013 A noninvasive method to determine the optimal time for Nuss bar removal: A preliminary study
2013 Validation of Surface 3D Scanning for Measurement of Postsurgical Improvement following Nuss Procedure for Pectus Excavatum
2012 Finite Element Analysis of Deformation of Bars Used to Correct Pectus Excavatum in Children
2011 A Design for Simulating and Validating the Nuss Procedure for the Minimally Invasive Correction of Pectus Excavatum.  473-475.
2010 Development of an average chest shape for objective evaluation of the aesthetic outcome in the Nuss procedure planning process.  528-531.