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Wojciech B. Zbijewski, PhD

Wojciech Zbijewski
Research Interests: Medical imaging, modeling and evaluation of imaging systems, CT algorithms, quantitative CT and cone-beam CT, imaging biomarkers of bone and joint health, musculoskeletal radiology
Lab Website: The I-STAR Lab
Research Interests

Research Interests

Wojciech Zbijewski is an associate professor of biomedical engineering and a physicist whose research focuses on X-ray CT image reconstruction, Monte Carlo modeling, and the development of novel imaging systems for improving resolution for determining bone health.

Zbijewski leads imaging system instrumentation activities at the Johns Hopkins Imaging for Surgery, Therapy, and Radiology Lab (I-STAR), including cone-beam CT, photon-counting CT, and advanced volumetric imaging for extremities imaging in musculoskeletal radiology, orthopedics, and rheumatology.

He received a master’s in physics from the University of Warsaw, Poland, and a doctorate from the Imaging Sciences Institute, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Titles & Affiliations


  • Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Academic Program Co-Director, Biomedical Engineering PhD Program

Affiliated Centers & Institutes



  • PhD, Medical Imaging, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands, 2006
  • MS, Medical Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland, 2001

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