Sometimes it feels like a treadmill….

Nov 08, 2011

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This time of hear everybody seems to want to know what units you have produced. Despite the various bits of software I always find it a chore. Anyway here goes for 2011

Rees JL, Harding, RM. Understanding the evolution of human pigmentation: recent contributions from population genetics. J Invest Dermatol 2012. In press

Murray CS, Rees JL. Are Subjective Accounts of Itch to be Relied on? The Lack of Relation between Visual Analogue Itch Scores and Actigraphic Measures of Scratch. Acta Derm Venereol 2011;91:18-23.

Aldridge RB, Zanotto M, Ballerini L, Fisher RB, Rees JL. Novice Identification of Melanoma: Not Quite as Straightforward as the ABCDs. Acta Derm Venereol 2011;91:125-30.

Aldridge RB, Glodzik D, Ballerini L, Fisher RB, Rees JL. Utility of Non-rule-based Visual Matching as a Strategy to Allow Novices to Achieve Skin Lesion Diagnosis. Acta Derm Venereol 2011;91:279-83.

Rees JL. The Genetics of Human PIgmentary Disorders. J Invest Dermatol 2011. In press

LI X, Aldridge B, Rees JL, Fisher RB. Estimating the ground truth from multiple individual segmentations incorporating prior pattern analysis with application to skin lesion segmentation. In: Wright S, Pan X, Liebling, editors. Proc. International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI): From Nano to Macro. ; 2011. p. 1438-41.

Zanotto M, Ballerini L, Fisher RB, Aldridge B, Rees J. Manning DJ, Abbet CK, editors. Proc. Medical Imaging 2011: Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment, SPIE. Bellingham: SPIE; 2011. p. 79660U-1 to 79660U-10.

There are some other items lurking in the badlands of rejections/ resubmissions.

Post by Jonathan Rees

Clinical academic and skin watcher at the University of Edinburgh

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