Dr Andrew Gee
Dr Andrew Gee is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.
Since 1995, I have been working on technical aspects of clinical ultrasonic imaging, with particular emphasis on three-dimensional imaging and elastography (stiffness imaging). Along with Richard Prager and Graham Treece, I lead the Medical Imaging Group at Cambridge University's Engineering Department. Of particular relevance to cancer research is our work on ultrasound-guided radiotherapy and two- and three-dimensional elastography.
ultrasound-guided radiotheraphy ultrasonic elasticity imaging
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Lindop JE, Treece GM, Gee AH, Prager RW (2007). Estimation of displacement location for enhanced strain imaging. IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control (in press). Cash CJC, Coles CE, Treece GM, Purushotham AD, Britton P, Sinnatamby R, Gee AH, Prager RW (2007). A non-invasive method of pre-operative localisation of breast cancers using 3D ultrasound and surface contour mapping. Radiology (in press). Lindop JE, Treece GM, Gee AH, Prager RW (2006). 3D elastography using freehand ultrasound. Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology 32(4):529-545.