I’m the co-founder of Retinographer - a project dedicated to making retinal disease screening more accessible to rural and remote parts of Canada. We are aiming to build a cheap device, powered by artifical intelligence, that can be used by frontline healthcare workers to screen patients’ retinas. This can help identify patients who require specialized care, which is often located in large cities, and those patients who do not.
You can read a little bit about my graduate research on my about page. Primarily, my research explores medical imaging, machine learning, and computer-assisted surgery. I’m passionate about integrating these into medical devices that can be used by healthcare workers to benefit patients!