Laboratory for Percutaneous Surgery
During his time at The Perk Lab, Vinyas worked on a variety of projects in the ultrasound-guided intervention space. Vinyas co-designed a system for the measurement and evaluation of electromagnetic tracking error in computer-assisted interventions, with a particular focus on navigated breast-conserving surgery. In addition, he co-designed a low-cost training phantom for pericardiocentesis, aided in multiple training studies at the Queen's Clinical Simulation Centre, and supervised two high school student interns. Vinyas graduated from the Biomedical Computing program in 2017 and now continues his studies in the joint MD/PhD program at the University of Toronto.