I am a fifth year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science advised by Russell Taylor. My research is focused on medical image registration, statistical models of anatomy, and medical robotics. I also work closely with Mehran Armand.
Recently, I have focused on the use of fluoroscopy to provide intraoperative navigation for various surgical procedures. Osteotomies represent a specific application, in which we aim to provide the clinician with the pose of a relocated bone fragment, with respect to an appropriate anatomical coordinate frame. This is performed with a C-Arm and without the use of any external fiducial objects.
I am affiliated with the following labs:
I am currently supported by a Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory Graduate Fellowship.
I am a Maryland native, graduating from Calvert Hall College High School in 2003 and earning a B.S. degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Maryland: College Park in 2007. From 2007-2013, I worked on various high-performance and embedded Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) exploitation algorithms as part of the Automatic Target Recognition group at Northrop Grumman: Electronic Systems. I obtained a M.S. degree in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins in 2010.
I enjoy riding bicycles in my spare time.
MS in Computer Science, 2010
Johns Hopkins University
BS in Mathematics and Computer Science, 2007
University of Maryland: College Park