I am currently a Master of Science student in the School of Computing at Queen's University studying under the supervision of Professor Gabor Fichtinger. I am a member of the Laboratory for Percutaneous Surgery (The Perk Lab). My research focuses are in Computer-Assisted Surgery and Guided Interventions. Currently my main work involves the use of augmented reality (AR) and holographic visualizations for neurosurgical training and surgical planning.
Prior to entering the Master of Science program I completed my bachelors degree in Biomedical Computing at Queen's University, where I graduated with honours distinction, and received several awards for my academic and research excellence, athletic performance, and contributions to the School of Computing and the Queen's University communities.
If you would like to learn more about me, please feel free to take a look at my CV (PDF). Most of my publications are available online through the Perk Lab. You can also view my Google Scholar or dblp Page.