Dee H Wu

Contact Information:
Dee H Wu


Wu, Dee H. (HSC)
Associate Professor, Section Chief

Department of:

College Of Medicine/Radiological Sciences -Associate Professor, Section Chief

Center of:

OK Center for Neurosciences -Faculty Member


Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH   BS Mathematics   1987
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH   MS Sytems Engineering   1990
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH   MS Biomedical Engineering   1994
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH   Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering   1998

Professional Interest/Expertise/Specializations:
I am interested in clinical translation, particularly in research that applies practical implementations that seek to improve medicine and society by novel technology use. Our "human-focused research'' aims to translate technology into clinical practice. As a biomedical scientist I have recently developed a sensor-based system to train healthcare professionals in the proper gentle handling of fragile premature infants based on requests and collaboration with HCA and OUHSC personnel. We are interested in taking this new technology one step farther and use it to evaluate how handling of fragile very low birth weight babies can be impacted. A particular goal is to look for causes for instabilities in cerebral autoregulation in these infants.


OU Technology Application & Translational Research Web Page

Research Projects:

Selected Publications:

Anti-Cancer Activity of Nitrones in the ApcMin/+ Model of Colorectal Cancer
2009    1. Floyd RA, Towner RA, Wu DH, Abbott A, Cranford RA, Branch D , Guo WX, Foster SB , Jones I, Alam R, Moore D, Allen T, Huycke M.
Free Radical Research 2009 PMID:19886748
Predicting Control of Primary Tumor and Survival by DCE and Volumetric MRI During Early Therapy in Cervical Cancer.
2009    2. Yuh WTC, Mayr NA, Jarjoura D, Wu DH, Grecula JC, Lo SS, Edwards SM, Magnotta VA, Sammet S, Zhang H, Montebello JF, Fowler JM, Knopp MV, Wang JZ.
Invest Radiol. 2009 Jun;44(6):343-50. PMID:19661844
Transient Stenotic-like Occlusions as a Possible Mechanism for Renovascular Hypertension Due to Aneurysm.
2009    Heflin LA, Street CB, Papavassiliou DV, Kem DC, Wu DH, O┬┐Rear EA.
Journal of American Society of Hypertension 2009 May;3(3): 192-200 PMID:20409959
Iterative Active Deformational Methodology for Tumor Delineation: Evaluation across Radiation Treatment Stage and Volume.
2008    4. Wu DH, Smith AD, Thompson DM, Yang Z, Magnotta V, Alam R, Suri J, Yuh WT, Mayr NA.
J Magn Reson Imaging 2008;28:1188-1194. PMC2720022 PMID:18972365
In Vivo Detection of c-Met Expression in a Rat C6 Glioma Model.
2008    5. Towner RA, Smith N, Doblas S, Tesiram Y, Garteiser P, Saunders D, Cranford R, Silasi-Mansat R, Herlea O, Ivanciu L, Wu DH, Lupu F.
J Cell Mol Med. 2008 Jan-Feb;12(1):174-86. PMID:18194445
Serial therapy-induced changes in tumor shape in cervical cancer and their impact on assessing tumor volume and treatment response.
2006    Mayr NA, Yuh WT, Taoka T, Wang JZ, Wu DH, Montebello JF, et al.
AJR Am J Roentgenol 2006;187(1):65-72. PMID:16794157
Kinetic Model of Tumor Regression during Radiation Therapy of Cervical Cancer Patients.
2006    Wang JZ, Mayr NA, Yuh WTC, Motebello J, Zhang H, Gupta N, Grecula J, Wu DH.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics 2006; 66(3):S603. PMID:20068180
TH-E-ValB-03: Tumor Volume Regression During Radiation Therapy to Predict Treatment Outcome for Cervical Cancer.
2006    Wang J, Mayr N, Yuh W, Zhang H, Montebello J, Grecula J, Wu DH, Edwards S.
Med. Phys 2006; 33:2289. PMID:11777618
Improvement to functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Methods using Non-rigid Body Image Registration Methods for Correction in the Presence of Susceptibility Artifact Effects Proc.
2006    Wu DH, Gao Y, Lu CC, Suri J.
EMBS 2006; Aug(1):1018-1020. PMID:17946015
Improved Method for Correction of Systematic Bias Introduced by the Sub-voxel Image Registration Process in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI).
2006    Wu DH, Suri J, Magnotta V, Przebinda T, Debrunner V
Proceedings SPIE Medical Imaging 2/06.
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