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I’m a computer scientist currently working on a Masters in Health Informatics at the University of Victoria, with a BSc in computer science from the University of British Columbia Okanagan. I thoroughly enjoy research in multiple areas, such as GPGPU, microsimulations, real-time graphics, and medical image processing.

I’ve worked for the Screening Mammography program at the BC Cancer Agency for over 5 years, helping to build a centralized automated mammography quality control system used across the province of British Columbia. As a member of the Early Detection Research Group I’ve developed customized 3D imaging software for a brachytherapy seed trial, helped to compile an extensive database of over a decade worth of breast cancer patient treatments and outcomes, performed research on the application of CUDA to breast cancer microsimulations, and built several proof-of-concept applications such as interactive dashboards for breast cancer cohort analysis. Most importantly, I was given the opportunity to help mentor multiple generations of incredible student interns.

I have presented posters, papers, and given talks at the BC Cancer Agency Annual Conference, RSNA, IWDM (international workshop on digital mammography), the BCCA Screening Mammography Forum, the BC Patient and Quality Forum, and the Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education. As you may have noticed, I have a particular interest in healthcare and (more specifically) cancer care.

While at UBC I had the great pleasure of being a teaching assistant for COSC 111 and 121 (into to programming), 122 (computer fluency), 211 (machine architecture), and 419f (medical imaging).

In my spare time I enjoy hobbyist photography (I’ve got an Olympus OMD-EM5), hiking, road hockey, feeling bad about the Canucks, reading (I strongly recommend The Emperor of All Maladies), watching movies, and eating out at restaurants.

I am currently the CTO at Mathtoons Media. We provide a platform that allows educators to utilize their student’s mobile devices (iPhones, iPads, Android devices) for fundamental skills practice both in the classroom and at home.

You can download my resume or visit my LinkedIn.