Laboratory for Percutaneous Surgery
Tamas Ungi received MD degree in 2006 and PhD degree in Radiology in 2011 from the University of Szeged, Hungary. He is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor and Senior Research Scientist at the School of Computing and at the Department of Surgery at Queen's University in Canada. He joined the Laboratory for Percutaneous Surgery (Perk Lab) in 2009, where he is currently the Associate Director of Clinical Translations. His research interests are image-guided medical interventions, and interventional skills education. He is a primary contributor to the SlicerIGT open-source software that facilitates technology development for navigated medical interventions for several academic and industrial projects.