About me


I was born and raised in Taranaki, New Zealand. Since August 2017 I have been working as a Lead Engineer in the cardiac ultrasound division of GE Healthcare (Vingmed Ultrasound AS). Previously, I was a postdoctoral research fellow at Simula Research Laboratory for four years. My work at Simula was carried out as a part of the Centre for Cardiac Innovation, working both at Simula Research Laboratory in Fornebu, Oslo, and at Rikshospitalet (in conjunction with Oslo University Hospital). 


From March 2010, I was working at INRIA-Sophia Antipolis, France in the Asclepios research project team as an intern (March - September) and as a PhD student (October 2010 - September 2013). My research involved analysing biomedical images (such as MRI, US etc.) using image processing methods, mathematics, and statistics. The aim of my work was to develop reduced-order models of cardiac growth, motion and blood flow. 


I completed a Master of Science degree in mathematics at Massey University, New Zealand in February 2010. For further details on my studies, and an overview of the courses I have taken, see the CV page.


More information about my professional career can be found on LinkedIn and OrcID.


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