Neuroimaging | Visualization Simulation
Dr. Sandrine De Ribaupierre
Dr. de Ribaupierre is a pediatric neurosurgeon at London Health Sciences Centre, ON, Canada. Her main research interests include functional brain imaging especially during development (fetal, neonatal and pediatric). This would include healthy subjects or patients with epilepsy or hydrocephalus. Another focus or interest is surgical simulation and its evaluation. For a complete list of publications, please click here.
Dr. Roy Eagleson
Dr. Eagleson is a professor specializing in computer and electrical engineering at Western University, ON, Canada. His main research interests include 3D Biomedical Visualization and Surgical Simulation, Human-Computer Interface Design for Surgical Skills Training, haptic Interfaces, and Interactive Immersive graphical Interfaces (Volumetric Visualization with GPU programming). For a complete list of publications, please click here.
My name is Denis Kikinov and I completed my undergraduate degree in software engineering at Western University. My interest in the field of augmented reality and virtual reality was sparked when I had the opportunity to work with Dr. Eagleson in my culminating fourth year project, which eventually became the basis for my master’s thesis. I am currently pursuing a Master of Engineering Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering focused on Software Engineering.
(Anatomy & Cell Biology)
I studied under the Bio-Medical Sciences umbrella at the University of Guelph, with a specialization in neuroscience. In my final year, I found myself split between research in neuroscience (role of histone acetylation in memory in rats) and anatomy education and dissection study in human kinetics. As the year progressed, I found myself drawn to the field of anatomy and its complex role in medicine. I decided to pursue a Master’s in Clinical Anatomy, which has opened my eyes to the breadth of research in medical education. This research project has developed into the focus of my PhD work.
Alexander Graham Bell Scholarships (NSERC)
Bahareh Salafian Esfahani
(2021 - Present)
(2021 - Present)
Whaley and Harding Fellowship (CHRI)
PHD Student Alumni
Anatomy and Cell Biology
Saeed Bakhshmand Mahdizadeh
Master Student Alumni
Priyanka (Poly) Roy
I am currently doing my master’s in medical biophysics under the supervision of Dr. Sandrine De Ribaupierre. Before that, I completed a bachelor’s in medicine and surgery (MBBS) and a 1-year clinical internship from Dhaka Medical College Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh. I also obtained a diploma in medical ultrasound (DMU), a certificate course in diabetology (CCD), and completed post-graduation training (PGT) in radiology and imaging in Bangladesh.
Daiana Roxana Pur
I completed my undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry (Hons. BMSc), and I am now pursuing my Masters training in Biomedical Engineering (MESc) with a specialization in imaging. My research interests revolve around the use and development of various approaches to visualize multimodal neuroimaging data (i.e. functional and structural MRI) and their application in neurosurgical planning, with a special interest in augmented reality applications.
I am a current MESc Candidate in the School of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Western Ontario. I received my BSc in Biology from the University of Western Ontario in 2017.
My research interests include fMRI, Fetal, Neonatal, Motion Correction, Human Development, and Brain Connectivity Networks.
Ikhlas Ahmed Hashi
I am a current MESc Candidate in the School of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Western Ontario. I received my BSc in Biology from the University of Western Ontario in 2017. My research interests include fMRI, Fetal, Neonatal, Motion Correction, Human Development, and Brain Connectivity Networks.
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