Greydon Gilmore

Greydon Gilmore


London Health Sciences Centre


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.

  • deep brain stimulation
  • stereoelectroencephalography
  • medical image processing
  • clinical software development
  • Postdoc in Department of Mathematics, 2022-current

    Western University

  • Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, 2017-2022

    Western University

  • M.Sc. Neuroscience, 2013-2015

    Western University

  • B.Sc. Neuroscience, 2010-2013

    Carleton University



Python, Bash, R, Matlab, git


FSL, ANTS, NiftyReg, 3D Slicer


Extracellular, LFP

Recent Publications

(2022). An Indirect Deep Brain Stimulation Targeting Tool Using Salient Anatomical Fiducials. In Neuromodulation.

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(2022). Waveform detection by deep learning reveals multi-area spindles that are selectively modulated by memory load. In Elife.

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(2022). Optimizing the selection of Parkinson’s disease patients for neuromodulation using the levodopa challenge test. In Journal of Neurology.

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(2022). Application of the anatomical fiducials framework to a clinical dataset of patients with Parkinson’s disease. In Brain Structure and Function.

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(2021). Adapting the listening time for micro-electrode recordings in deep brain stimulation interventions. In International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery.

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Graduate Student Award

  • Year: 2020-2022
  • Granting Agency: Parkinson’s Society of Canada
  • Amount: $20,000 CAD

Intern Talentedge Program

  • Year: 2017-2019
  • Granting Agency: OCE Talent Edge Internship Program
  • Amount: $60,000 CAD

Graduate Student Award

  • Year: 2017-2019
  • Granting Agency: Parkinson’s Society of Canada
  • Amount: $40,000 CAD

Graduate Student Innovation Scholars

  • Year: 2017
  • Granting Agency: WORLDDiscoveries – Western University
  • Amount: $1,500 CAD

Canadian Graduate Scholarship

  • Year: 2014-2016
  • Granting Agency: Canadian Institute of Health Research
  • Amount: $37,000 CAD



  • Year: 2019
  • Institute: University of Washington
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Deep Learning Reinforcement Learning Summer School

  • Year: 2018
  • Institute: Vector Institute and CIFAR
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Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring Course

  • Year: 2017
  • Institute: Greenville Neuromodulation Centre
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