The team of imaging scientists at Imorphics have been applying statistical models to medical image analysis for over 20 years, after originally proposing the methodology for representing shape as a statistical model at the University of Manchester in 1993.
This has generated a rich knowledge base concerning the application of 3D statistical models to problems in musculoskeletal, brain and abdominal imaging along with other anatomical regions. Imorphics offers a combination of technology and a team experienced in the application of that technology. Imorphics models are currently in use for both orthopaedic and pharmaceutical clinical trials, image-guided surgery, drug-delivery, prosthesis design and a wide variety of scientific studies. Imorphics involvement in these areas has generated a number of patents which extend the basic modelling framework conceived at the University for use in all areas of medical imaging.