Researcher

Dr Gordon Stevenson

My Expertise

Medical Image Analysis

Fields of Research (FoR)

Biomedical Engineering, Image Processing, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Radiology and Organ Imaging

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Biography

Dr Gordon Stevenson is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the School of Women's & Children's Health, UNSW. As a Biomedical Engineer, Dr Stevenson's research revolves around the application of Doppler ultrasound to provide new, clinically relevant ultrasound imaging biomarkers. These tools may aid improved detection or understanding of pathology in pregnancy and neonate. He is interested in the applying machine learning and image processing to...view more

Dr Gordon Stevenson is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the School of Women's & Children's Health, UNSW. As a Biomedical Engineer, Dr Stevenson's research revolves around the application of Doppler ultrasound to provide new, clinically relevant ultrasound imaging biomarkers. These tools may aid improved detection or understanding of pathology in pregnancy and neonate. He is interested in the applying machine learning and image processing to 3D medical image data to provide new, automated tools for pregnancy assessment.

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My Grants

"Development of reliable, real-time, automated 3D ultrasound (3D-US) tools for the study of placental morphology, vascularity and degree of trophoblast invasion"

Co-Investigator (U01-HD087209) 
Human Placenta Project, National Institute of Health (NIH) Sept. 2015


My Qualifications

DPhil  - Biomedical Engineering

Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford. '08

BSc (Hons) - Computer Science & Physiology (Neuroinformatics)

University of Glasgow September '04
 


My Awards

2016 Elsevier Travel Award, YW Lokw New Investigator Travel Award for top 5 poster presentation and attendance at International Federation of Placental Associations (IFPA), Portland, Oregon, 2016.

2012 - 2 best paper awards at the 22nd World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Sept. 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark.


My Research Activities

I work with a large range of clinical collaborators and engineering researchers building new image analysis tools using ultrasound.


My Research Supervision


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Areas of supervision

I am available to supervise Medical ILP and Honours students - these are typically co-supervised with clinicians at the Royal Hospital for Women, Randwick.

Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering students are welcome too.

Medical Image Analysis, Image segmentation and registration, 3D Ultrasound Imaging,  Clinical Research Studies, Machine Learning, Multi-modal monitoring in pregnancy, Phantom and Flow Modelling.


Currently supervising

PhD, Masters, Honours, Postgraduate and Undergraduate students in Medicine and Engineering.

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Location

Perinatal Imaging Research Group, Royal Hospital for Women, Level 0, Barker Street, Randwick

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Contact

0293 826 213