Gabor Fichtinger, Dr. Univ.


Professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Computer-Integrated Surgery

School of Computing, w/ cross appointments in

Surgery, Pathology and Molecular Medicine,

Mechanical and Materials Engineering,

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada


Adjunct Professor of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering,

Medical University of Vienna, Austria


Adjunct Professor of Computer Science and

Radiology and Radiological Science

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA


Adjunct Research Professor of Medical Biophysics

Western University, London, ON, Canada


Affiliated Faculty, The Techna Institute

University Health Network and University of Toronto, Canada


Honorary University Professor, Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary

My research and teaching interest is Computer-Assisted Surgery and Interventions. This is a fascinating and complex field that covers medical imaging, image computing, scientific visualization, surgical planning and navigation, robotics, biosensors and, perhaps most importantly, integration of all these into workable clinical systems and translating them to clinical use. I further specialize in minimally invasive percutaneous (through the skin) interventions performed under image guidance, with primary application in the detection and treatment of cancer. For details, please visit my Laboratory for Percutaneous Surgery, or as we call it affectionately: the Perk Lab, online.
Those who have a high tolerance for boredom can read my entire biography (in PDF format) here, in its ostentatiously long incarnation.
Copies of my publications are available online through the Perk Lab.
Open positions for students, postdocs and research engineers are available online through the Perk Lab.
Gabor Fichtinger, Dr. Univ.
Professor and Cancer Care Ontario Research Chair
Queen's University, School of Computing,
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