A TATRC-West/SUMMIT Workshop
SUMMIT is a center in the School of Medicine dedicated to putting Stanford University at the forefront of medical and life-sciences education through the innovative use of information technology.
The Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC)
Gaming and Simulations Based Learning: Applications for Medicine
Kevin Montgomery earned his PhD in Computer Engineering from the University of California-Santa Cruz. Before joining Stanford, Dr. Montgomery led teams at the NASA Ames Research Center to develop systems for 3D reconstruction and visualization of biomedical imaging data, and at the Hewlett-Packard Company on networking protocol design and implementation.
Dr. Montgomery is the Technical Director of the National Biocomputation Center at Stanford University. The center is a joint NASA-Stanford Center applying the latest technologies in computation, visualization, and simulation in medicine and surgery. Research projects include systems for computer-based surgical planning, intraoperative assistance systems, surgical simulators, anatomical atlases, as well as wireless telemedicine and telemetry.
He regularly serves on several study/review sections for NIH. NSF, and other granting agencies, as well as advises consults with several small high-tech companies in the Silicon Valley.
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