James T Dobbins III

Associate Vice Provost, Professor of Radiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Physics and Director, Medical Physics Graduate Program

2424 Erwin Road, Suite 302


Biplane correlation imaging: a feasibility study based on phantom and human data.
Journal of digital imaging (2012)

An analysis of the mechanical parameters used for finite element compression of a high-resolution 3D breast phantom.
Medical physics (2011)

Effective dose efficiency: an application-specific metric of quality and dose for digital radiography.
Physics in medicine and biology (2011)

Dobbins JT 3rd, McAdams HP. Digital tomosynthesis. In Advances in Medical Physics 2010. Wolbarst AB, Mossman KL, Hendee WR (eds). Medical Physics Publishing, Madison, Wisconsin, 2010 (in press)

Chest tomosynthesis: technical principles and clinical update.
European journal of radiology (2009)

Effective DQE (eDQE) and speed of digital radiographic systems: an experimental methodology.
Medical physics (2009)

Methodology for generating a 3D computerized breast phantom from empirical data.
Medical physics (2009)

Tomosynthesis imaging: at a translational crossroads.
Medical physics (2009)

Stochastic noise characteristics in matrix inversion tomosynthesis (MITS).
Medical physics (2009)

Ranger NT, Mackenzie A, Honey ID, Dobbins JT 3rd, Ravin CE, Samei E. Extension of DQE to include scatter, grid, magnification, and focal spot blur: a new experimental technique and metric. SPIE Medical Imaging Conference. 2009;7258:1A1-1A12.

Ph.D. - University of Wisconsin at Madison
MS -