Greydon Gilmore obtained a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at Western University (Western thesis repository). His thesis work involved the development of an open-source stereotactic planning software for functional neurosurgery. His primary research interests include cranial electrodes inserted for movement disorders and epilepsy. The goal is to improve surgical targeting accuracy and post-operative localization of electrodes.
Postdoc in Department of Mathematics, 2022-current
Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, 2017-2022
M.Sc. Neuroscience, 2013-2015
B.Sc. Neuroscience, 2010-2013
Python, Bash, R, Matlab, git
FSL, ANTS, NiftyReg, 3D Slicer