Norbert Pelc is Professor of Radiology and Bioengineering, and Electrical Engineering (by courtesy) at Stanford. An expert in biomedical imaging, he received a doctorate in Medical Radiological Physics from Harvard in 1979. Dr. Pelc worked at GE Medical Systems (1978-1990) where he was involved in research in all the major imaging modalities and was instrumental in the development of CT, MRI, and digital radiography. He joined Stanford in 1990. In 2002, Dr. Pelc was named the Associate Chair for Research of the Radiology department. He served on a number of review panels and was a member of the NIBIB National Advisory Council. He is a Fellow of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, the American Association of Physicist in Medicine, the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, and the American Heart Association. Dr. Pelc is an author of more than 165 peer-reviewed papers and more than 275 abstracts presented at scientific conferences, and he is the inventor of 81 issued US patents.
Generalized linear-systems framework for performance assessment of energy-resolving photon-counting detectors
Can image-domain filtering of FBP CT reconstructions match low-contrast performance of iterative reconstructions?
Segmented targeted least squares estimator for material decomposition in multibin photon-counting detectors
Method for decreasing CT simulation time of complex phantoms and systems through separation of material specific projection data
Improvements in low contrast detectability with iterative reconstruction and the effect of slice thickness
Use of depth information from in-depth photon counting detectors for x-ray spectral imaging: a preliminary simulation study
Efficacy of fixed filtration for rapid kVp-switching dual energy x-ray systems: experimental verification
Image-based synthetic CT: simulating arbitrary low dose single and dual energy protocols from dual energy images
A comparison of dual kV energy integrating and energy discriminating photon counting detectors for dual energy x-ray imaging
Optimal energy thresholds and weights for separating materials using photon counting x-ray detectors with energy discriminating capabilities
A fast 3D reconstruction algorithm for inverse-geometry CT based on an exact PET rebinning algorithm
Three-dimensional reconstruction algorithm for a reverse geometry volumetric CT system with a large-array scanned source