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Dong Liang

Associate Professor
Vice director of Paul C. Lauterbur Research Center For Biomedical Imaging

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E-mail: dong.liang@siat.ac.cn
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Resume
Dr. Liang received his doctor’s degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University of China in 2006. After that he went to the University of Hong Kong and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee successively as a postdoctor. He joined Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (SIAT) in 2011. He is now the vice director of Paul C. Lauterbur Research Center For Biomedical Imaging in SIAT.
Research Interests
 Fast magnetic resonance imaging, compressed sensingimage reconstruction
Selected Publications

1.Xi Peng, Leslie Ying, Qiegen Liu, Yanjie Zhu, Yuanyuan Liu, Xiaobo Qu,  Xin Liu, Hairong Zheng, Dong Liang *, Incorporating Reference in Parallel Imaging and Compressed Sensing,”  Magnetic Resonance  in  Medicine , doi: 10.1002/mrm.25272, 2014. 

2.Yanjie Zhu, Qinwei Zhang,Qiegen Liu, Yi-Xiang J Wang, Xin Liu, Hairong Zheng, Dong Liang*, Jing Yuan, “PANDA-T1rho: Integrating Principal Component Analysis and Dictionary Learning for Fast T1rho mapping”,  Magnetic  Resonance  in  Medicine , doi: 10.1002/mrm.25130, 2014. 

3.Yin Wu, Yanjie Zhu, Qiuyang Tang, Wei Liu, Ruibing Dai, Xin Liu, Ed X. Wu, Leslie Ying, Dong Liang*, “Accelerated MR diffusion tensor imaging using distributed compressed sensing”, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 71(2), pp.763-772, 2014.  

4.Qiegen Liu, Shanshan Wang, Leslie Ying , Xi Peng, Yanjie Zhu, Dong Liang*, “Adaptive dictionary learning in sparse gradient domain for image recovery” , IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 22(12), 4652-4663, 2013. 

5.Zhanli Hu, Dong Liang*, Dan Xia, Hairong Zheng, “Compressive Sampling in Computed Tomography: Method and Application”, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A, 748, pp.26-32, 2014. 

6.Dong Liang, Edward V. R. DiBella, Rong-rong Chen, Leslie Ying, “k-t ISD: Dynamic cardiac MR imaging using compressed sensing with iterative support detection”, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 68, pp.41-53, 2012.  

7.Dong Liang, Haifeng Wang, Yuchou Chang, Leslie Ying, “Sensitivity encoding reconstruction with nonlocal total variation regularization”, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 65, pp. 1384–1392, 2011.  

8.Dong Liang, Bo Liu, JiunJie Wang, Leslie Ying, “Accelerating SENSE using compressed sensing”, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 62, pp. 1574–1584, 2009.   

9.Qiegen Liu, Dong Liang, Ying Song, Jianhua Luo, Yuemin Zhu, Wenshu Li,  "Augmented Lagrangian based Sparse Representation Method with Dictionary Updating for Image Deblurring", SIAM Journal on Imaging Science, 6(3), pp.1689-1718, 2013.  

10.Qiegen Liu, Shanshan Wang, KunYang, Jianhua Luo, Yuemin Zhu, Dong Liang,  “Highly undersampled magnetic resonance imaging reconstruction using two-level Bregman method with dictionary updating”, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 32(7), pp.1290-1301, 2013. 

11.Yuchou Chang, Dong Liang, Leslie Ying, “Nonlinear GRAPPA: A kernel approach to Parallel MRI Reconstruction”, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 68, pp.730-740, 2012.  

12.Haifeng Wang, Dong Liang, Kevin F. King, Gajanan Nagarsekar, Leslie Ying, “Improving GRAPPA using cross-sampled autocalibration data”, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 67, pp.1042-1053, 2012. 

13.Huajun She, Rong-Rong Chen, Dong Liang, Edward DiBella, Leslie Ying, “Sparse BLIP: Blind Iterative Parallel Imaging using compressed sensing” , Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 71(2), pp. 645-660, 2014.  

14.Jing Meng, Lihong Wang, Dong Liang, Liang Song, “In vivo optical-resolution photoacoustic computed tomography with compressed sensing,” Optics Letters , 37(22),  pp. 4573-4575, 2012.  

15.Jing Meng, Lihong V. Wang, Leslie Ying, Dong Liang, Liang Song, “Compressed-sensing photoacoustic computed tomography in vivo with partial known support”, Optics Express, 20(13), pp. 16510-16523, 2012. 

Current Projects
Achievements
Dr. Liang has published over 60 papers indexed by SCI/EI, and applied 18 patents in United States and China. Dr. Liang is the member of IEEE-EMBS, IEEE-SPS, ISMRM, Youth Innovation Council for the Promotion of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is the reviewer of over 10 international peer-reviewed journals, and he received the award of “Distinguished Reviewer” of 2013 Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.