Tamas Ungi receives Honorable Mention for the School of Computing Distinguished Service Award
Tamas Ungi, MD, PhD, senior researcher in the Perk Lab received Honorable Mention for the School of Computing Distinguished Service Award.
Although as of yet he does not hold a faculty appointment, Tamas has de facto mentored numerous undergraduate and graduate students. In this role, he has been vitally important to the Biomedical Computing Group. The quality of the mentorship Tamas provides is demonstrated the most tangibly in the volume and prestige of peer-reviewed publications authored and co-authored by his trainees.
Tamas has been arguably the most frequent and active participant in the School's outreach and open house events, representing the School of Computing and Queen’s University with distinction. We can always rely on Tamas in organizing and running eye-catching surgical navigation demos and holding lab tours and presentations.
In view of his exceptionally dedicated and effective service to the School, he fully deserved the honor of being considered for the School of Computing Distinguished Service Award.