For many years, my research has focused on all aspects of computer-integrated interventional medicine. Broadly, this research has included:
- Medical robotics;
- Medical imaging & modeling;and
- Complete systems for surgical assistance, image-guided surgery, and what I refer to as "Surgical CAD/CAM".
An underlying theme has been the basic insight that information-based technologies can have just as profound an impact on computer-integrated medicine as it has had on computer-integrated manufacturing.
Some of my current and recent research projects include work on systems, medical robotics for microsurgery and MIS, statistical modeling and deformable 2D-3D registration, radiation oncology planning, and human-machine cooperative systems in surgery.
More information may be found on the web site for the Computer-Integrated Interventional Systems Lab.
You can find a (somewhat complete) list of my publications in my curriculum vita.
Computer-Integrated Surgery Course Sequence
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