Papers, Books, Book Chapters, Abstracts



  1. Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS.  Changes In Visual Search Patterns of Pathology Residents As They Gain Experience.  (electronic journal).  SPIE 2011, 7966: 79660P

  2. Kulvatunyou N, Vijayasekaran A, Hansen A, Wynne JL, O'Keeffe T, Friese RS, Joseph B, Tang A, Rhee P.  Two-Year Experience of Using Pigtail Catheters to Treat Traumatic Pneumothorax: A Changing Trend.  Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care.  2011, 71(5):1104-1107.

Book Chapters

  1. Weinstein RS.  Telemedicine for Trauma Emergencies and Disaster Management. R. Latifi (Book Review).  Telemedicine and e-Health.  2011; 17: 666-667.



  1. Bashshur R, Shannon G, Krupinski E, Grigsby J. (2011). The taxonomy of telemedicine. Telemedicine and eHealth 17:484-494.

  2. Grady B, Myers KM, Nelson EL, et al. (2011). Evidence-based practice for telemental health. Telemedicine & e-Health, 17, 131-148.

  3. Johnson JP, Krupinski EA, Yan M, Roehrig H, Graham AR, Weinstein RS. Using a visual discrimination model for the detection of compression artifacts in virtual pathology images. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging 2011; 30:306-314.

  4. Krupinski EA, Johnson JP, Jaw S, Graham AR, Weinstein RS. (2012). Compressing pathology whole-slide images using a human and model observer evaluation. J Pathology Inform 2012; 3/1/17/95/29

  5. Krupinski EA, Patterson T, Norman CD, Roth Y, ElNasser Z, Abdeen Z, Noyek A, Sriharan A, Ignatieff A, Black S, Freedman M. (2011). Successful models for telehealth. Otolaryngologic Clinics North America 44:1275-1288.

  6. Kulvatunyou K, Joseph B, Tang A, O'Keeffe T, Wynne JL, Friese RS, Rhee P. “Incidence and Pattern of Cervical Spine Injury in Blunt Assault: It’s Not How They’re Hit, But How They Fall.” Accepted for Publication; Journal of Trauma. 2011.

  7. Li HK, Danis RP, Hubbard LD, Florez-Arango JF, Esquivel A, Krupinski EA. (2011). Comparability of digital photography with the ETDRS film protocol for evaluation of diabetic retinopathy severity. Invest Ophthal Vis Sci 52:4717-4725.


  1. Barker G, Eden C, Cooley J, Hess L, Martin C, Hia H, Hiryak C, Wintrich J. Weinstein RS.  Technology as a high impact educational tool for K-12 teachers. EISTA Proceedings 2011; 9:In press.

  2. Howe, CL, Auflick, PA, Freiburger, G. Upward evaluation at the Arizona Health Sciences Library. J Medical Library Association 2011; 99(1):91-4.

  3. Krupinski EA, Erps KA, Weinstein RS. (2011). Year 1 Experience of a New Telehealth Resource Center. 16th Annual American Telemedicine Association Meeting & Expo, May 1-3, Tampa, FL.

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