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Tamas Ungi receives Ontario Ministry of Research & Innovation Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Congratulations to our Tamas Ungi, who received an Ontario Ministry of Research & Innovation Post-Doctoral Fellowship, for his project entitled "Computational modeling of image-guided needle-based surgery". This truly is a grand achievement for Tamas who has recently relocated to Queen's from Hungary.

Lab director Dr. Gabor Fichtinger has been awarded a Level 1 Research Chair in Medical Imaging by Cancer Care Ontario

"Dr. Gabor Fichtinger of the Queen's School of Computing has been awarded a Level 1 Research Chair in Medical Imaging by Cancer Care Ontario. This award is a recognition of the high quality of Dr. Fichtinger's contributions in the area of Biomedical Computing. The Research Chair is also the first in health care research to be awarded to a researcher in the Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen's University by an external organization." (Selim G. Akl, Professor and Director, School of Computing, Queen's University)

Lauren Gordon, LISC undergrad in the PerkLab won the "Best Undergraduate Poster Award"

Lauren Gordon, LISC undergrad in the PerkLab won the "Best Undergraduate Poster Award" for her CISC-499 diploma project at the "5th Canadian Student Conference on Biomedical Computing and Engineering, May 20-22, 2010, Waterloo, Canada".

The conference website is: http://www.cs.uwaterloo.ca/conferences/cscbce2010/index.html

 

Title: Reconstruction of Needle Tracts from Fluoroscopy in Prostate Brachytherapy

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