Congratulations Chloe!

Chloe successfully defended her Master’s thesisSegmentation of Oral Optical Coherence Tomography with Deep Learning with no revisions, the highest level of pass at Simon Fraser University’s School of Engineering Science.

Chloe developed a four-part neural network pipeline to aid OCT interpretation by providing en face maps of epithelial depth. This allows for rapid identification of the most pathologic region in endoscopic OCT of the oral cavity, which may help identify the best site for biopsy. Chloe’s pipeline demonstrates as-good-as or better agreement than manual assessment between two raters, suggesting strong performance. Further work includes validating this tool on data acquired with a different OCT system to test generalizability.

Best Gynecologic Cancer Prevention Presentation

Congratulations to Jeanie Malone for winning best Best Gynecologic Cancer Prevention Presentation at the second annual Trainee Research Day

Trainee Research Day is hosted by the Gynecologic Cancer Initiative to celebrate and highlight the incredible work of gynecologic cancer trainees in British Columbia. Her oral presentation “Multimodal Optical Imaging of Ex Vivo Fallopian Tubes” won for best Gynecologic Cancer Prevention Presentation .