Ahmed (Bobby) Khezrinassab

Understanding Ultrasound (US) interaction with tissue and acoustic coupling optimization for US-guided autonomous robotic minimal invasive surgery (MIS)

Proud Australian medical physicist and senior educator specialised in medical imaging & therapeutic modalities (Ultrasound, MRI, CTs, PETs, Linear Accelerators and nuclear medicine), theoretical & applied physics and mathematics with over 21- years of post-degree’s experiences directly related to the enrolled PhD program at QUT. Additionally within these years I have led a pharmaceutical manufacturing project overseas.

I am competent in Microsoft office, MicroCal, MATLAB Image Processing Toolbox, HTML & SQL, C+ & C#. Experiences include, Lead coordinator for production of a Biosimilar vaccine for human papilloma Virus (HPV), educator of diagnostic Ultrasound (US) for surgeons with non-sonography background for CMITP, Medical physicist at public hospital, oncology dept. Waikato Health, NZ, Senior educator at QLD Education.

Thesis

Understanding Ultrasound (US) interaction with tissue and acoustic coupling optimization for US-guided autonomous robotic minimal invasive surgery (MIS)

Principal Supervisor

Cameron Brown

Associate Supervisor

Davide Fontanarosa