About Us

The Biomedical Imaging and Data Science Laboratory (BIDSLab) directed by Prof. Joyita Dutta, is part of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) and maintains close ties to the Gordon Center for Medical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Our broad research goal is to solve medical research problems with a focus on imaging using (1) signal processing and image analysis and (2) deep learning and artificial intelligence techniques. One of our key interests is multimodality information integration, particularly in oncological and neurological contexts.


Bradley Alavi Fellowship

Dec 2017. Ruchira Tabassum was awarded the Bradley Alavi Fellowship by the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI).

HAI 2018

Nov 2017. Ruchira Tabassum's abstract titled "Longitudinal tau quantitation with anatomically-guided PET image deblurring" was selected for a poster presentation at the 2018 Human Amyloid Imaging Meeting in Miami, FL.

Scientific Reports Paper

Oct 2017. Our paper on titled "Partial volume correction for PET quantification and its impact on brain network in Alzheimer’s disease" has been been published in Scientific Reports.

M. Hildred Blewett Fellowship

Aug 2017. Samadrita Roy Chowdhury was awarded the M. Hildred Blewett Fellowship for Women in Physics by the American Physical Society. The fellowship starts in September 2017.


Jul 2017. Samadrita Roy Chowdhury's paper titled "HOSVD-based multigraph cuts for joint segmentation of multi-channel images" was selected for an oral presentation at the 2017 IEEE NSS MIC conference in Atlanta, GA.

Bruce Hasegawa Young Investigator Award

Nov 2016. Prof. Joyita Dutta received the Bruce Hasegawa Young Investigator Medical Imaging Science Award. The award was presented at the IEEE Medical Imaging Conference, Strasbourg, France, Oct 29-Nov 5, 2016.

Tracy Lynn Faber Memorial Award

Jun 2016. Prof. Joyita Dutta received the Tracy Lynn Faber Memorial Award. The award was presented at the SNMMI Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, June 11-15, 2016.

NIH Career Award

Aug 2015. Prof. Joyita Dutta received an NIH Career Award (K01). The 5-year grant will support research on tau tangle quantitation in Alzheimer's disease with high-resolution MRI and PET.