Mr David Marshall

David Marshall has a cross-disciplinary background. He earned a BA in Applied Psychology from Royal Roads Military College in 1992, an MBA from Queens University in 1999, and a Master of Information Technology from the Australian National University in 2007. He has been developing software for 20 years, including experience with a medical device company. He also operated a medium-sized Canadian grain farm.

Human-computer interaction (HCI), real-time interactive visualisation, MR-guided hyperthermia, Proximity Map Projection (PMP)

Research Outline

I am currently analysing the future needs of neurosurgeons and developing a novel interactive visualisation for monitoring Real-Time Image-Guided Remote Tissue Therapy. (A broad category of minimally-invasive procedures that destroy tumours, essentially, from the inside-out.)

Research Description

I am currently analysing the future needs of neurosurgeons and developing a novel interactive visualisation for monitoring Real-Time Image-Guided Remote Tissue Therapy. (A broad category of minimally-invasive procedures that destroy tumours, essentially, from the inside-out.)

Proximity Map Projection (PMP) is an interactive visualisation technique that is intended to help visualise treatment progression data during (Real-Time) Image-Guided Remote Tissue Therapy. Specific examples of such therapies include: Laser Interstitial Thermal Therapy (LITT); High Intensity Focussed Ultrasound (HIFU); Radio-Frequency Ablation (RFA); and Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS).

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