University of Toronto Department of Medical Imaging
James Mainprize is a Research Associate in Physical Sciences Platform, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Toronto.
His doctoral thesis in Medical Biophysics was on the development of high resolution detectors for digital mammography.
His current areas of research include digital breast tomosynthesis, image quality in mammography and computed tomography (CT), developing detectability models in images with complex tissue backgrounds, surgical planning from CT and shape analysis of normative (average) and defect skulls.
Normand Robert is a Research Associate in Physical Sciences Platform, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Toronto.
His research interests include methods to improve diagnosis from medical images by modifying the way in which images are acquired and/or presented as well as techniques to reduce dose area product to patients undergoing x-ray imaging. The main area of application is in interventional imaging.
His favourite pastimes include cycling, climbing and cross country skiing.