FWF - FAME - Fully Automatic MRI-based Age Estimation of Adolescents

  • Bischof, Horst (Co-Investigator (CoI))
  • Urschler, Martin (Co-Investigator (CoI))

Project: Research project

Project Details


Age estimation of children and young adolescents is an important topic in both clinical and forensic medicine. Clinical interest traditionally focuses on applications in endocrinology and orthopedics for treatment and surgical intervention planning in children with growth disorders. Together with modern medical image analysis techniques, a fully automated, radiation free age estimation procedure is possible using Magnetic Resonce Tomography data, promising objective, repeatable results and improved estimation accuracy, which determines the project hypothesis of FAME.
Effective start/end date1/07/1531/12/18


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  • MICCAI MM-WHS Challenge Best Paper Award

    Payer, Christian (Recipient), Stern, Darko (Recipient), Bischof, Horst (Recipient) & Urschler, Martin (Recipient), 10 Sept 2017

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  • OAGM Best Paper Award

    Neff, Thomas (Recipient), Payer, Christian (Recipient), Stern, Darko (Recipient) & Urschler, Martin (Recipient), 11 May 2017

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  • ÖFG Travel Award

    Urschler, Martin (Recipient), 2 May 2017

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