Dan Morton, MS
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BS in Electrical Engineering - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
MS in Electrical Engineering - Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Director of Imaging and Informatics
London JW, Morton DE, Marinucci D, Catalano R, Comis RL. Strategies for PC/ISDN‐Based Telemedicine Consultations. CAR ʹ96, Paris, June 1996, pp. 585‐590
Morton DE, London JW, Marinucci D, Catalano R, Comis RL. An Approach to Efficient Image Manipulation in Video Conferencing Consultations Over ISDN. CAR ʹ96, Paris, June 1996, pp. 591‐595
Morton DE, London JW, Huang L. Early Experiences with X‐Window Imaging Extensions (XIE). Symposium for Computer Assisted Radiology, Baltimore, 1992, pp. 608‐614
London JW, Morton DE. A Network Scanner Image Management Workstation. Journal of Digital Imaging 1992, Vol. 5, pp. 7‐13
London JW, Morton DE, Polekoff D, Reber J. The Use of X‐Terminals as Clinical Workstations. Journal of Medical Systems, 1991, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 3‐9
London JW, Morton DE. A Standards‐Based Approach to Developing a PACS. Presented at the 77th Scientific Assembly of the Radiological Society of North America, December 1‐6, 1991, Chicago, IL
Axel L, Morton DE. MR Flow Imaging by Velocity‐Compensated/Uncompensated Difference Images. JCAT 1987; 11(1):31‐ 34 Morton DE, Axel L. Algorithm for the Correction of Phase Wrapping in MR Images. Presented at the 73rd Scientific Assembly of the Radiological Society of North America, November 29‐December 4 1987, Chicago, IL
Arenson RL, Morton DE, Cubler W, London JW. Digital Fluoroscopy Using Graphics/Image Array Processor. Proceedings of Seventh Conference on Computer Applications in Radiology. American College of Radiology, April 1982, pp. 75‐86
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