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  • 1. November 2002 Terence M. Peters PhD, FCCPM, FinstP Curriculum Vitae Contact Information Business Address: Room 119 Imaging Research Laboratories The John P. Robarts Research Institute P.O. Box 5015, 100 Perth Drive London, Ontario, Canada N6A 5K8 Fax: (519) 663-3403 Phone : (519) 663-5777 X 34195 E-mail: tpeters@robarts.ca Education and Training 1966 Undergraduate Training Engineering Intermediate University of Otago Dunedin, New Zealand September 1967 – June 1969 Undergraduate Training B.E. (First Class Honours), Electrical Engineering University of Canterbury Christchurch, New Zealand Supervisor: Professor R.H.T. Bates May 1970 – June 1973 Graduate Research: PhD, Electrical Engineering University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Thesis Topic: Image Reconstruction from Projections Supervisor: Professor Richard H. T. Bates January 1974 – April 1974 Post-Doctoral: Research Fellowship, Information Theory Group, Department of Microbiology, Biozentrum University of Basel, Switzerland Supervisor: Dr. P.R. Smith -1-
  • 2. Peters, Terry November 2002 Academic Appointments 1974 – 1978 Medical Physicist Christchurch Hospital Christchurch New Zealand 1978 – 1980 Lecturer Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery McGill University 1980 – 1986 Assistant Professor Departments of Neurology & Neurosurgery; Radiology; Medical Physics Unit McGill University January 1983 Visiting Professor All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi, India 1986 – 1993 Associate Professor Departments of Biomedical Engineering, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Radiology, Medical Physics Unit McGill University 1984 – 1997 Technical Director MRI Facility Montreal Neurological Institute 1988 – 1997 Co-director NeuroImaging Laboratory Montreal Neurological Institute 1991 – 1997 Associate Director Medical Physics Unit McGill University 1993 – 1997 Associate Member Department of Electrical Engineering McGill University 1993 – 1997 Professor Departments of Biomedical Engineering, Neurology & Neurosurgery, , Radiology, Medical Physics Unit McGill University 1997 - Adjunct Professor Departments of Biomedical Engineering, Neurology & Neurosurgery, , Radiology, Medical Physics Unit McGill University 1997 - Scientist The John P. Robarts Research Institute 1997 - Member Graduate Program in Neuroscience The University of Western Ontario 1997 - Professor Department of Medical Biophysics The University of Western Ontario 1997 Professor Department of Diagnostic Radiology & Nuclear Medicine The University of Western Ontario -2-
  • 3. Peters, Terry November 2002 1998 - Adjunct Professor Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering The University of Western Ontario Honours and Awards January 1970 – 1973 Senior Scholar, University of Canterbury January 1973 R. D. Neale Memorial Prize, University of Canterbury. 1980 Fellow of Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine. (FCCPM) May 1992 The Syliva Sorkin Greenfield Award presented by the AAPM for the best paper in the journal Medical Physics in 1991. Multi-modality Image Integration for Stereotactic Surgical Planning. Medical Physics 18: 167-177, 1991: CJ Henri, L Collins, TM Peters December 1996 Award of Merit, Intra-operative Ultrasound Imaging in Image-Guided Neurosurgery. 82nd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of RSNA, Chicago, IL: R Comeau, A Fenster, T Peters. 1996 Fellow, Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine. March 1996 March-May Visiting Erskine Fellow, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand January 1997 Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. May 1997 The Sylvia Fedorak Award presented by the Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists for the best paper in 1996 by a Canadian medical physicist, “Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Cerebral Vasculature. Theory and Methodology. Medical Physics 23: 197-204, 1996, C.J. Henri and T.M. Peters 1999 Fellow, Institute of Physics. January 1999 Chartered Physicist (Institute of Physics - UK) August 1999 Dean’s Award of Excellence, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, The University of Western Ontario, London Advanced Imaging Group, Team Award June 2000 Best Poster Prize for “3-D Image Guidance for Minimally Invasive Robotic Coronary Artery Bypass (MIRCAB)” by AM Chiu, D Dey, M Drangova, WD Boyd, and TM Peters. Presented at the International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, Atlanta, GA: June 7-9, 2000 -3-
  • 4. Peters, Terry November 2002 Fellowships 1984 Fellow of Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine (FCCPM) 1996 Fellow, Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (FACPSEM) 1999 Fellow, Institute of Physics (F. Inst. P) Scholarly and Professional Activities Professional Society Memberships and Offices Held Member 1974; Senior Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Member 1997 1980 – 1993 Association des Physiciens et Ingénieurs Biomédicaux du Québec 1984 Fellow, Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine – CCPM 1988 – 1996 Professional Examination Committee 1989 – 1996 Board member 1990 Chairman Symposium Committee May 1990 Visualization in Biomedical Imaging Conference, Atlanta, Executive Committee; Co-organizer of Workshop on Stereoscopic Imaging 1991 – 1995 Chief Examiner 1996 (Fellow) Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in 1978 (Founding Member) Medicine (ACPSEM) American Association of Physicists in Medicine Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine University, Faculty, Department and Hospital Committee Memberships The Robarts Research Institute 1997 - Chair Imaging Research Labs Computer Resource Committee 1997 Director, Information Technology, RRI, 1999- McGill University 1982 - 1991 Executive Committee Medical Physics Unit 1991 - 1997 Associate Director of Medical Physics (Medical Imaging), Medical Physics Unit 1993 - 1997 Promotions Committee Department of Biomedical Engineering 1987 - 1997 Faculty of Medicine Computer Committee 1989 - 1997 Research Committee, Department of Radiology Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute 1993 - 1997 Policy Advisory Committee -4-
  • 5. Peters, Terry November 2002 1994 – 1995 Research Groups Committee 1993 – 1997 Magnetic Resonance Research Advisory Committee 1995 MNI Retreat Committee 1984 – 1993 Executive Committee, Brain Imaging Research Unit 1989 – 1992 Computer Steering Committee 1989 – 1992 Computer Working Committee 1984 – 1989 Space Planning Committee 1983 – 1986 Computer Planning Committee 1980 – 1997 Radiation Safety Committee 1980 – 1997 Executive Committee, Department of Radiology Students/Post-Doctoral Fellows/Technicians Supervised 1982 John Clark, BSc (Hons), Physics, Automated analysis of CT performance phantoms Current position: Radiologist, Sunnybrook and Women’s College Hospital, Toronto, ON. 1982-1986 Steven Strother, PhD, Electrical Engineering, Quantitation in positron emission tomography, McGill University Current Position: Medical Physicist, Veterans Administration Hospital; Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. 1986-1987 Ravi Menon, MSc(A), Medical Physics, Quantitative MR imaging. McGill University Current Position: Scientist, The Robarts Research Institute; Associate Professor, Neurosciences, The University of Western Ontario, London, ON. 1982-1988 George Mawko, PhD, Radiology/Medical Physics, Stereoscopic display of digital angiography images, McGill University Current Position: Medical Physicist, QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax, NS. 1983-1984 John Clark, MSc(A), Medical Physics, Real time sequential convolution filtering for digital angiography, McGill University Current Position: Radiologist, St Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, ON. 1984-1987 Mario Khayat, MEng, Electrical Engineering, Magnetic resonance flow imaging, McGill University Current Position: Biomedical Engineer, Jean Talon Hospital, Montreal, PQ. 1985-1986 D. Bruce Pike, MEng, Electrical Engineering, Three-dimensional dosimetry of stereotaxically implanted radioisotopes, McGill University Current Position: Associate Professor, Neurology & Neurosurgery; Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, McGill University; Coordinator, McConnell Brain Imaging Centre, Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, PQ. 1986-1987 Maria Drangova, MSc(A), Medical Physics, Evaluation of and corrections for -5-
  • 6. Peters, Terry November 2002 geometric non-linearities in DSA and MRI, McGill University. Current Position: Scientist, The Robarts Research Institute; Assistant Professor, Medical Biophysics, The University of Western Ontario, London, ON. 1986-1990 D. Bruce Pike, PhD, Electrical Engineering, Magnetic resonance angiography, McGill University Current Position: Associate Professor, Neurology & Neurosurgery; Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, McGill University; Coordinator, McConnell Brain Imaging Centre, Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, PQ. 1988-1989 Chris J. Henri, MSc, Medical Physics, A stereoscopic workstation for the analysis of cerebral angiograms Current Position: President Intellirad Corp, Montreal, PQ. 1988 L Lemieux, Post-doctoral Fellow, Integration of stereoscopic DSA and CT/MRI Current Position: Medical Physicist, Queen Square Hospital, London, UK. 1988-1989 D. Louis Collins, MEng, Electrical Engineering, Volume rendering techniques for merging multi-modality medical image data, McGill University Current Position: Scientist, Montreal Neurological Institute; Assistant Professor, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Biomedical Engineering, McGill University, Montreal, PQ. 1989-1993 Chris J. Henri, PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Three-dimensional modeling and reconstruction of cerebral vasculature, McGill University Current Position: President Intellirad Corp, Montreal, PQ. 1990-1991 Alain Gauvin, MSc, Physics, Geometrical nonuniformity correction in MRI, McGill University Current Position: Medical Physicist, Hôpital Hôtel Dieu, Montreal, PQ. 1990-1994 D. Louis Collins, PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Segmentation classification and visualization of 3D medical data, McGill University (Joint supervision with Dr. A. Evans) Current Position: Scientist MNI; Assistant Professor, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Biomedical Engineering, McGill University, Montreal, PQ. 1990-1994 Sridar Narayanan, MSc, Medical Physics, Three-dimensional correlation of MR angiographic follow up of radiosurgically treated AVMs, McGill University Current Position: PhD candidate, Neuroscience, McGill University, Montreal, PQ. 1993-1995 Roch Comeau, MSC Stereotactic surgical Engineer, Montreal Neurological Institute, Department of Neurosurgery. Current Position: President, Rogue Research Inc. (Medical imaging software development) Montreal, PQ. 1991-1994 Atsushi Takahashi, PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Optimization of MR signal -6-
  • 7. Peters, Terry November 2002 acquisition sequences and hardware for angiography and spectroscopy, McGill University Current Position: Scientist, The Robarts Research Institute, London, ON. 1992-1993 Paule Charland, MSc, Medical Physics, Stereoscopic visualization of neurological images, McGill University Current Position: Medical Physicist Sunnybrook Cancer Centre, Toronto ON, 1993-1994 Patrice Munger, MSc, Physics, Accuracy & 3-D imaging for frameless stereotactic neurosurgery, McGill University Current Position: Physicist, Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont, Montréal, PQ. 1993-1995 Laura Pisani, MSc, Medical Physics, Integration of stereoscopic video with 3-D brain images, McGill University Current Position: Post Doctoral fellow, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. 1994-1996 Majd Bakar, MEng, Correlation of 3-D MR angiograms with stereoscopic DSA images, Biomedical Engineering, McGill University Current Position: Software Engineer, Microsoft WebTV, Mountain View, CA. 1994-1997 Michael Sinasac, MEng, Electrical Engineering, Tracking resections in image- guided surgery, McGill University Current Position: Development Engineer, PMC-Sierra Inc, Burnaby, BC. (Deceased April 2002) 1992-1995 Bruce Davey, PhD, Post-doctoral Fellow, Stereoscopic visualization for image- guided surgery Current Position: Director of Marketing, Cedara Software, Mississauga, ON. 1995-2000 Patrice Munger, PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Optimal MR imaging for image-guided surgery, McGill University Current Position: Physicist, Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont, Montréal, PQ. 1995 Robert Flanz, Stereotactic surgical Engineer, Montreal Neurological Institute, Department of Neurosurgery Current Position: Software Engineer, Discrete Logic Inc, Montreal, PQ. 1995-2000 Roch Comeau, PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Three-dimensional intra- operative ultrasound for image-guided neurosurgery, McGill University Current Position: President Rogue Research Inc. (Medical Imaging software development). Montreal, PQ. 1995-2002 Michel Audette, PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Surface-based characterization of intra-surgical brain deformations in image-guided surgery. McGill University Current Position: Post-doctoral Fellow, AIST, Tsukabura, Japan. 1995-2002 Reza Kasrai, PhD, Biomedical Engineering, On the perception of transparency: Psychophysics and application to medical image visualization. McGill University. -7-
  • 8. Peters, Terry November 2002 1995-1997 Rick Rubin, MEng, Biomedical Engineering, Dynamic measurement and visualization of human lumbar segmental kinematics in-vivo (in conjunction with Department of Orthopedics), McGill University Current Position: Programmer, Intellirad Corp, Montreal, PQ. 1996-1997 Philippe St-Jean, BSc. MSc Medical Physics, Integration of anatomical atlases into image-guided neurosurgery systems, McGill University Current Position: PhD Candidate, Physics, Université de Montréal, Montreal, PQ. 1996-1998 Martin Cyr, MSc. Stereotactic surgical engineer, Montreal Neurological Institute, Department of Neurosurgery Current Position: Consultant, Group Biomédical, Division de la Montéregie, Montréal, PQ. 1996-1998 Diego Clonda, BSc. MSc, Medical Physics, Automatic registration of atlases to 3D MR images, McGill University. Current Position: PhD candidate, Physics, Université de Montréal, Montreal, PQ. 1997-2001 Kathleen Surry, Meng. Instrumentation Engineer, Image-guided surgery laboratory, The John P. Robarts Research Institute Current position: PhD Candidate, Department of Medical Biophysics, The University of Western Ontario, London, ON. 1997- David Gobbi, MSc. PhD candidate, Medical Biophysics, Integrated 3D ultrasound and MRI for surgical guidance, The University of Western Ontario 1997- Kirk Finnis, BSc. PhD candidate, Clinical Neurological Sciences, A stimulus- response database for functional neurosurgery, The University of Western Ontario 1998-2000 Damini Dey, PhD. Post-doctoral Fellow, Integration of endoscopic data with 3- D MRI for surgical guidance, The John P. Robarts Research Institute Current position: Software Engineer, Forward Imaging Inc, London, ON. 1998-1999 Kristjan Onu, Medical Biophysics, Modeling of thermal distributions in radio- frequency lesioning probes, undergraduate and summer project, The University of Western Ontario Current position: Completing PhD Mathematics, U of T. 1998-2002 Yves Starreveld, MD. PhD candidate, Medical Biophysics, Fast non-linear registration applied to stereotactic functional neurosurgery. The University of Western Ontario Current Position: Neurosurgical Resident, London Health Sciences Centre. 1998-2001 Belinda Lee, BSc. MSc candidate, Medical Biophysics, Automatic matching of vascular structures in MRI and ultrasound, The University of Western Ontario -8-
  • 9. Peters, Terry November 2002 Technical Writer, Toronto, ON. 1998- Hua Qian, PhD, Systems Analyst, CIHR group in vascular imaging. Imaging Research Labs, RRI. 1999-2000 Lauren Lukas, BSc candidate, Medical Biophysics, Temperature effects in polyvinyl alcohol cryogel, undergraduate and summer project, The University of Western Ontario Current position: Medical Student, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON. 1999- Sean Deoni, BSc. PhD candidate, Medical Biophysics, Optimal magnetic resonance imaging for minimally-invasive neurosurgery, The University of Western Ontario 1999-2001 Adeline Chui, B Eng. MSc candidate Medical Biophysics, 3-D Image guidance for minimally invasive robotic coronary artery bypass, The University of Western Ontario Current position: Hardware designer, Accelight Corp, Ottawa, ON. 1999- Lixu Gu, PhD, Image-guided surgery software engineer, Image-guided surgery laboratory, The Robarts Research Institute 2000 Antoon van Baars, MD, Validation of non-linear warping for electrophysiology mapping. Candidate, Maastricht, The Netherlands. Foreign project. 2000-2001 Faisal Shiekh, BEng candidate, Electrical engineering, A virtual environment for interventional radiology training, The University of Western Ontario. 2000-2001 Song You, PhD. Post-doctoral Fellow, Haptics for minimally invasive robotic coronary artery bypass surgery, Department of Electrical Engineering, The University of Western Ontario. 2001- Stainslaw Szpala, PhD. Post-doctoral fellow. Multi-model image integration for image guided minimally invasive surgery. 2001- Marcin Wierzbicki, BSc, MSc, Dept. Medical Biophysics, UWO. Integration of dynamic cardiac images into a virtual image-guided surgery environment. 2001- Ravi Gupta, BSc, Scientific Programmer, Image-guided surgery laboratory, RRI. 2002 Pencilla Lang, Summer Student, Evaluation of segmentation algorithms 2002 Hillary Austin, Summer Student, Charcterization of PVA-C for medical imaging phantom studies. 2002- John Moore, MA. MSc candidate, Development of average heart model. Computer Science, UWO -9-
  • 10. Peters, Terry November 2002 2002- Raman Verma, BEngSci. MEng candidate, 3D Ultrasound for Neurosurgery. Biomedical Engineering, UWO 2002- (Jessie) Ting Guo BSc, MSc candidate, Procedures for Deep-brain Neurosurgery. Biomedical Engineering, UWO 2002- Mark Wachowiak, PhD. Post-doctoral Fellow, Parallel computation for deformable models. Robarts Research Institute 2002- Guy-Anne Turgeon, BEng. MEng Candidate, registration of cardiac vascularity to a heart model. Biomedical Engineering, UWO 2002 Christopher Wedlake. BSc Candidate, A platform for the analysis of tracking devices for image-guided surgery. Computer Science; UWO. Research Focus: Image-Guided Surgery My long-term interest in Image-guided Surgery, was originally developed within the Brain Imaging Centre at the Montreal Neurological Institute at McGill. The focus of this work was to provide to neurosurgeons with tools to enable them to approach targets within the brain based on detailed information provided via imaging modalities such as anatomical, vascular and functional MRI, CT, DSA, PET, Ultrasound and electrophysiological information. The key to this work is to enhance the ability of the surgeons to follow their progress during procedures by using a hand held probe, or a surgical instrument, whose position is tracked by a computer. The position and orientation of the probe is then represented within a three dimensional image of the brain at all times during the operation. The original neurosurgical goals of this work will continue at the Robarts, often in collaboration with the MNI, but will also expand to include the application of image-guidance to other parts of the body. In particular, many of the techniques already developed will have immediate impact on interventional radiology, where endoscopic images may be combined with images from traditional imaging modalities to both increase the precision of the endoscopically guided procedure, and reduce its invasiveness. My research has always been, and will continue to be, clinically oriented, with clinicians playing important roles in all aspects of my work. The concepts developed with respect to neurosurgical techniques have now also been brought to bear on the problem of minimally-invasive cardiac procedures. The objectives of the research in my laboratory are being addressed via the following currently active project areas. Image-guided Stereotactic Neurosurgery The accuracy of frame based stereotaxy is dependent on precise positioning of the frame, minimization of spatial errors intrinsic to the imaging modality used, the mechanical properties of the frame and the algorithm employed in the computation of the target(s). This algorithm depends on the accurate selection of fiducial points in the image. Errors in the selection of these points propagate through the computation to degrade the final result and are the largest source of application error. We have developed an algorithm that automatically identifies the fiducial markers and computes a transformation based on the volumetric configuration of the fiducial marker set, rather than on individual slices through the markers. A limitation of image-guided neurosurgical procedures that require data to be mapped to a patient image from - 10 -
  • 11. Peters, Terry November 2002 an atlas, is that the atlases do no exactly match the morphology of the patient’s brain. A recent solution to this problem has been to use non-linear image warping techniques. Until recently, these approaches have been too slow to be of use in a clinical scenario. We have recently improved dramatically on these techniques, to increase their speed by a factor of around 60 times, (to 5-10 mins) thus rendering them viable in clinical practice. Neurosurgical guidance with 3-D Ultrasound Prior to my move to London, I had begun collaboration with the advanced imaging Research Laboratories at the Robarts Research Institute to develop a real-time 3-D ultrasound system that combines 3-D MRI with 3-D ultrasound, to track morphological changes of tissue during surgery. Because the brain shifts position when a craniotomy procedure is performed, image- guided surgery systems that rely on the assumption that a pre-operative MR image accurately reflects the shape of the brain during surgery are insufficient for a broad range of neurosurgical tasks. This project is now well into its second phase, where the MRI image is updated in real time on the basis of information gathered by the 3-D ultrasound system. The acquisition, image-warping and neurosurgical guidance systems are integrated into a clinical neuro- navigation package. Virtual Environments for minimally-invasive cardiac surgery On October 1, 1999, the world's first beating-heart robot assisted Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass (MIRCAB) was successfully performed at the London Health Science Centre, London, Canada. MIRCAB eliminates invasive procedures that are employed in conventional bypass surgery such as sternotomy and cardiac arrest, reducing risks and trauma to patients. A major limitation of minimally-invasive surgical techniques is that the direct view of the surgical target is either not available, or only accessible via an endoscope. To support procedures such as Coronary-artery bypass, and other minimally-invasive cardiac interventions, we are developing the tools to present realistic dynamic models of the heart, representing the actual position and motion of the patient heart, along with models of the actual surgical tools, to the surgeon in the operating room. In this manner, the comprehensive view of the operative site is restored to the surgeon. Optimization of imaging strategies for minimally-invasive neurosurgery A major problem in current Image-Guided Minimally Invasive Neurosurgical procedures, such as the Thalamotomy and Pallidotomy, is that the target area is not directly visible in the pre- operative MRI images. The thalamotomy involves the resection or ablation of a specific area within the Thalamus, the Ventralis intermedius nucleus, or Vim nucleus. However the pre- operative MRI image shows the entire Thalamus as a single grey structure. As a result, the surgeon must use electrical stimulation to determine the target areas exact location. We are working on new image acquisition and analysis techniques to permit us to rapidly acquire T1 and T2 maps of the entire brain, and to combine several images from different regions of the MR spectrum, ie. Spin-Lattice (T1), Spin-Spin (T2), Proton Density, Magnetization Transfer, and Diffusion-weighting, to help delineate the various functional sub-structures of the Thalamus. Using these results, we hope to develop new and fast imaging methods which exploit the spectral differences and provide the surgeon with pre-operative images with the different functional Thalamic sub-structures clearly defined. It is hoped these images will decrease the amount of time the patient spends in surgery, and increase the procedure success rate. - 11 -
  • 12. Peters, Terry November 2002 Image-guided neurosurgery in the deep brain The goal of image-guided surgery is to minimize exploratory surgery and the size of the surgical incision through the judicious use of modern non-invasive imaging technology. Surgical procedures for therapy of disease manifested in the deep brain (e.g Parkinson’s Disease, chronic pain and essential tremor) are carried out using minimally-invasive stereotactic techniques. Surgical targets are not directly visible on pre-operative images, so additional information from anatomic atlases or electrophysiological exploration must be used to localize the target regions. Because electrophysiological exploration is invasive, we were motivated to develop a combined database and atlas of electrophysiological responses, obtained from the population of patients who had undergone similar surgical procedures in the past, as a guide to the positions of surgical targets in new patients. This research focuses on the clinical validation of these techniques, and on new approaches for improving these surgical procedures. We developed a new electrophysiological database (EPD), which has been integrated with our neuro-navigation system and received preliminary exposure and acceptance in the operating room. Our ongoing research takes the development of this system to the next logical step through the comprehensive clinical validation of the database/atlas/navigation system, as well as developing and validating a complementary methodology for non-invasively mapping deep brain structures using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). This work will have direct impact on patient care through the minimization or elimination of invasive exploratory procedures from the surgical treatment of Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. - 12 -
  • 13. Peters, Terry November 2002 Journal Boards Magnetic Resonance Imaging Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine Physics in Medicine and Biology (International Advisory Board Member) Computational Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering Journal Referee Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. Transactions on Medical Imaging. Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence Journal of Canadian Association of Radiologists The Review of Scientific Instruments British Journal of Radiology Medical Physics International Journal of Radiation Physics and Biology Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Grant Referee Alberta Heritage Fund Australian Medical Research Council Canadian Heart Foundation Development Finance Corp. of New Zealand Fonds de la Recherche en Santé du Québec Health and Welfare Canada Killam Program, the Canada Council Medical Research Council of Canada National Institute of Health (USA) National Cancer Institute of Canada National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada New Zealand Foundation for Research, Science and Technology New Zealand Public-Good Science Fund Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation. Royal Society of New Zealand Marsden Fund The Whitaker Foundation Grant Review Boards Medical Research Council of Canada, 1990 - 1991 Panel Member Biomedical Engineering Committee 1992 - 1995 Scientific Officer - 13 -
  • 14. Peters, Terry November 2002 National Institutes of Health, Radiology Panel 1995 Study Section member, National Cancer Institute of Canada 1997 - 1998 Panel Member National Sciences and Engineering Research 2000 - Strategic Grants Panel Council of Canada - 14 -
  • 15. Peters, Terry November 2002 Visiting Professorships January1983 Visiting Professor, All India Institute of Medical Sciences: New Delhi, India May 1990 Visiting Professor, University of Iceland. November 1994 Visiting Professor, Department of Radiology, Dalhousie University: Halifax, NS March - May 1996 Visiting Erskine Fellow, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand Conference Roles General Chair, Medical Image Computing / Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2003) Toronto Canada November 2003. International Scientific Advisory Board, world Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Sydney Australia, August, 2003. Co-Chair, Medical Image Computing / Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2002) Tokyo, Japan, Sept 2003. Physical Science and Engineering in Medicine 2001: Perth, Australia, September 30 - October 4, 2001. Keynote Speaker. The 25th Annual Great Lakes Biomedical Conference, Computer Assisted Surgery: Milwaukee WI, April 6, 2001. Keynote Speaker. SPIE Medical Imaging 2001, Image-processing, Visualization and Image-Guidance Conference, February 26, Keynote Speaker American College of Medical Physics Annual Meeting and Workshop: Whistler, BC, May 13-18, 2000. Invited Workshop Faculty: “Advances and Current Challenges in Medical Imaging” and “The Role of the Medical Physicist in Imaging Quality Assurance”. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering: Lisbon, Portugal, October 13-16, 1999. Invited Keynote Speaker; Session Chair. IRUS/PRECARN Annual Meeting: Toronto, ON, June 7-9, 1999. Session Organizer/ Chairman: Virtual Reality in the Operating Room. 4th International Conference on Mapping of the Human Brain (HBM-98): Montreal, QE, June 1998. Chair, Fund-raising Committee. IEEE EMBS / CMBES Meeting: Amsterdam, December 1996. Session Chair. IEEE EMBS / CMBES Meeting: Montreal, QC, September 1995. Program Committee; Workshop Organizer (Fourier Transforms in Biomedicine); Continuing Education Instructor (Introduction to Medical Imaging); Session Chair. - 15 -
  • 16. Peters, Terry November 2002 COMP Annual Meeting: Montreal, QC, June 1990. Co-Chair, Organizing Committee. Consulting Activities 1975 - Consultant to various hospitals on acquisition and commissioning of radiological imaging equipment (MRI and CT) 1976 - 1978 Consultant on CT scanning, New Zealand Health Department 1978 - 1980 Consultant to EMI Medical Inc. on CT imaging systems 1980 - 1982 Consultant to Third Party Services, Inc, Technicare Corp. and Horizon Med. Inc. for CT imaging software development 1980 Consultant to Picker Canada 1987 - 1997 Founder and President, CMI Services Inc. Development of Image-Guided Neurosurgery Software 1994 Consultant to Philips Medical Systems Japan 1999 – 2002 Consultant to Elekta Instruments AB (Expert Witness) Service to Community/Public Lectures “Virtual Reality in Vascular Medicine”. Centre for Vascular Imaging Research 1st Annual Symposium, Chair and Co-Organiser, London, ON: October 19, 1999. “VR in Medical Imaging” Workshop. NRC-IMTI Symposium on VR Techniques in Medicine, NRC-IMII, London, ON: June 15 1999. “Medical Imaging in Ontario”. Deputy (Ontario) Ministers’ Retreat, Ontario Place, Toronto, ON: May 26, 1999. “Virtual Reality and Medical Imaging.” NRC-IMTI Symposium on VR techniques in Medicine, NRC-IMII, London, ON: November 27, 1998. “Navigating the Brain in Three Dimensions.” The John P. Robarts Research Institute Public Lecture Series, London, ON: October 21, 1998. Co-leader, C-MIST NCE Application (with A. Fenster): May 1998; Re-application, September 1999. Coordinated Letter of Intent for National Network of Centres of Excellence in Medical Imaging (C-MIST): November 1997. “Virtual Reality in Medicine.” Fanshawe College, London, ON: November 25, 1997. “Medical Imaging.” Riccarton High School, Christchurch, New Zealand: May 17, 1996. - 16 -
  • 17. Peters, Terry November 2002 “3-D Imaging in Medicine.” Department of Electrotechnology, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute, Christchurch, New Zealand: May 13 1996. “Introduction to MRI.” School of Radiography, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute, Christchurch, New Zealand: May 13, 1996. “3-D Imaging of the Brain for Neuroscience and Neurosurgery.” Canterbury Medical and Biological Engineering Society. Christchurch School of Medicine, Christchurch, New Zealand: May 8, 1996. “100 Years of Imaging in Medicine.” The Royal Society of New Zealand and The Institute of Professional Engineers of New Zealand. The School of Engineering, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand: April 3, 1996. “Looking Inside the Brain.” Mount Royal United Church, Montreal, QC: December 1995. “Medical Imaging.” Sacred Heart College, Montreal, PQ: February 1996. “Medical Physics as a Career.” Trafalgar College, Montreal, PQ: May 1993. “Medical Physics and Medical Imaging.” Lower Canada College, Montreal, PQ: March, 1990. Publications Note: Students, Fellows or Research Associates under my supervision are denoted by * where they appear on publications Books (Authored/Edited) 1. Peters TM and Williams JC, Editors. The Fourier Transform in Biomedical Engineering. Birkhauser, 1998. Books (Chapters) 27. Peters TM. Chapter 3: Image-Guided Surgery. In Handbook of Medical Imaging. Vol 2, Progress in Medical Image Display and PACS. Yingmin Kim and Steven Hori (eds). SPIE Press, Bellingham: 103-153, 2000. 26. Peters TM, Slomka P, Fenster A. Imaging for Radiation Therapy Planning. In Modern Technology for Radiation Oncology. Jake van Dyk (ed). Medical Physics Publishing, New York: 1999. 25. Peters TM, Pike GB. MR Angiography in Image-guided Surgery. In Advanced Image- guided Neurosurgical Navigation. E Alexander III and R Maciunas (eds). Thieme, New York: 61-69, 1999. 24. Peters TM. Introduction to the Fourier Transform. In The Fourier Transform in Biomedical Engineering. TM Peters and JC Williams (eds). Birkhauser: 1998. - 17 -
  • 18. Peters, Terry November 2002 23. Peters TM. The 2-D Fourier Transform. In The Fourier Transform in Biomedical Engineering. TM Peters and JC Williams (eds). Birkhauser: 1998. 22. Peters TM and Bates JHT. The Discrete Fourier Transform and the Fast Fourier Transform. In The Fourier Transform in Biomedical Engineering. TM Peters and JC Williams (eds). Birkhauser, 1998. 21. Olivier A, Alonso-Vanegas M, Comeau R, Peters TM. Image-guided Surgery of Epilepsy. In Neurosurgery Clinics of North America 7(2): 229-243, April 1996. 20. Peters TM, Evans AC, Olivier A. Frameless Stereotaxy. Technical Aspects. In Magnetic Resonance Scanning and Epilepsy. D Fish and S Shorvon (eds). Plenum, New York: 155-160, 1994. 19. Evans AC, Peters TM, Collins DL, Neelin P, Gabe C. Image Registration Based on Discrete Anatomical Structures. In Interactive Image-Guided Neurosurgery. R Maciunus (ed). American Association of Neurological Surgeons: 63-80, 1993. 18. Lemieux L, Henri CJ, Wootton R, Collins DL, Peters TM. The Mathematics of Stereotactic Localization. In Image Directed Surgery for Brain Tumours. D Thomas (ed). Churchill- Livingston, London: 193-216, 1993. 17. Peters TM, Evans AC, Olivier A. Frameless Stereotaxy. Technical Aspects. Magnetic Resonance Scanning and Epilepsy. D Fish and S Shorvon (eds). Springer: 1994. 16. Peters TM. Introduction to K-Space. In: The Physics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. M Bronskill and P Sprawls (eds). AAPM Medical Physics Monograph 21, AIP Woodbury, NY: 754-770, 1993. 15. Peters TM, Collins DL, Evans AC. Image Segmentation and 3-D Applications. In The Physics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. M Bronskill and P Sprawls (eds). AAPM Medical Physics Monograph 21, AIP Woodbury, NY: 587-606, 1993. 14. *Henri CJ, Collins DL, Peters TM. Towards Frameless Stereotaxy: Anatomical-vascular Correlation. Visualization in Biomedical Computing 1992, RA Robb (ed). Proc SPIE 1808: 10-23, 1992. 13. *Collins DL, Peters TM, W Dai, AC Evans. Model Based Segmentation of Individual Brain Structures from MRI Data. Visualization in biomedical computing 1992, RA Robb (ed). Proc SPIE 1808: 214-22, 1992. 12. Peters TM, Collins DL, Evans AC. Image Segmentation and 3-D Applications. In The Physics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Proceedings of AAPM Summer School, Banff AB: September 1992. 11. Peters TM, Pike GB, Clark JC. A Personal-computer Based Workstation for the Planning of Stereotactic Neurosurgical Procedures. In Computers in Stereotactic Neurosurgery, Chapter 15, PJ Kelly (ed). Blackwell, Cambridge, MA: 195-208, 1992. - 18 -
  • 19. Peters, Terry November 2002 10. Peters TM, Henri C, Collins L, Lemieux L, Pike GB, Olivier A. Stereotactic Neurosurgery Planning Using Integrated Three-dimensional Stereoscopic Images. In Computers in Stereotactic Neurosurgery, Chapter 19. PJ Kelly (ed). Blackwell, Cambridge, MA: 259-270, 1992. 9. *Henri CJ, Collins DL, Peters TM. Reconstruction of 3-D Branching Structures. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer-Verlag: 65-80, 1991. 8. *Henri CJ, Peters TM. Evaluation of Perceived Distortion in Stereoscopic Images. Visualization in Biomedical Computing 1990, IEEE Press: 216-222, 1990. 7. *Henri CJ, Peters TM, Lemieux L, Olivier A. Experience with a Computerized Stereoscopic Workstation for Neurosurgical Planning. Visualization in Biomedical Computing 1990, IEEE Press: 450-457, 1990. 6. Bates RHT, Garden KL, Peters TM. Overview of Computerized Tomography with Emphasis on Future Developments. In Medical Physics - Selected Reprints. R.K. Hobbie (ed). American Association of Physics Teachers: 53-70, 1987. 5. Olivier A, Marchand E, Peters TM, Tyler J. Depth Electrode Implantation at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital. In Surgical Treatment of the Epilepsies. Engel (ed). Raven Press, New York: 595-601, 1986. 4. Bates RHT, Garden KL, Peters TM. Overview of Computerized Tomography with Emphasis on Future Developments. Image Processing and Analysis, Vol. 1: Digital Image Processing. R Chellappa and A Sawchuk (eds), IEEE, Comp. Soc: 533-549, 1985. 3. Ethier R, Melançon D, Peters TM. The Development of HR CT and the Use of Reformatting in the Evaluation of Microadenomas. In Human Prolactin. G Tolis (ed). Raven Press, New York: 1983. 2. Peters TM Sanctuary BC. An Overview of NMR Image Reconstruction Principles. In Technology of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. PD Esser and RE Johnstone (eds). Society of Nuclear Medicine, New York: 15-26, 1984. 1. Peters TM. Resolution Improvement to CT Systems Using Aperture Function Correction. In Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics, 8: Mathematical Aspects of Computerized Tomography. G.T. Herman and F. Natterer (eds.). Springer-Verlag, New York: 241-251, 1980. Referreed Papers: Submitted 5. *Finnis KW, Parrent AG, *Starreveld YP, Peters TM. Probabilistic functional atlas analysis of thalamic radiofrequency lesions for tremor. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, 2002. Role: Principal Investigator, Supervised K Finnis, Y Starreveld, CIHR MT-11540. - 19 -
  • 20. Peters, Terry November 2002 4.. *Gobbi DG, Peters TM. Interactive intraoperative 3D ultrasound acquisition and visualization. IEEE Trans Medical Imaging, 2002. Role: Principal Investigator, Supervised D Gobbi, CIHR cg-14973, CIHR MT-11540 3. *Starreveld YP, *Finnis K, Peters TM. An Automatic Volume-Based Image to Frame Coordinate Transformation for MRI Stereotactic Surgical Planning, Computer Aided Surgery, 2002. Role: Principal Investigator, Supervised Y Starreveld, K Finnis, CIHR cg-14973, CIHR MT-11540 2. *Surry KJM, *Lukas LA, Campbell LJ, Fenster A, Peters TM. Poly(vinyl alcohol)- cryogel (PVA-C) phantoms for use in medical imaging. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 2002. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised K Surry and L Lukas. CIHR MT-11540, CIHR cg-14973. 1. *Starreveld YP, *Finnis KW, Gobbi DG, Collins DL, Peters TM. Fast Nonlinear 3D Image Deformation for Medical Image Analysis and Neurosurgical Planning. Journal of Computer-assisted Surgery. (Submitted), 2002. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised Y Starreveld, K Finnis, D Gobbi. mrc cg-14973, MRC MT-11540. Refereed Papers: Published/Accepted/In Press 86. *Deoni SLC, Rutt BK, Peters TM. Rapid Combined T1 and T2 Mapping using Gradient Recalled Acquisition in the Steady State. Magnetic resonance in Medicine, 2002. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised S Deoni. CIHR cg-14973, CIHR MT-11540. (In Press) 85. *Audette MA, Siddiqi K, Ferrie FP, Peters TM. An integrated range-sensing, segmentation and registration framework for the characterization of intra-surgical brain deformations in image-guided surgery. Computer Vision and Image Understanding, Accepted for publication in: Special issue on non-linear image registration, 2003. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student M Audette. NSERC CPG0164606, CIHR MT 11540. (in Press) 84. *Finnis KW, *Starreveld YP, Parrent AG, Sadikot AF Peters TM. A three-dimensional atlas of subcortical electrophysiology for the planning and guidance of functional neurosurgery. IEEE Trans Medical Imaging, Dec 2002. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised K Finnis, Y Starreveld. CIHR MT-11540, MRC CG-14973. (in Press) 83. Atkinson JD, Collins DL, Bertrand G, Pike GB, Peters TM, Sadikot AF. Clinical outcome and the location of the thalamotomy lesions: A study of postoperative MRI’s using a digitized atlas. J Neurosurgery, 96:5, 854-966, 2002. Role: Collaborator; Assisted in planning and designing research project. CIHR MT-11540 82. *Gobbi DG, Peter TM, Generalized 3D non-linear transformations for medical imaging: An object-oriented approach in VTK. Computerized Medical Imaging & Graphics, 2002. Role: Principle investigator, Supervised D Gobbi, CIHR CG-14973, cihr CG-14973 (in Press) - 20 -
  • 21. Peters, Terry November 2002 81. *Dey D, Gobbi DG, Surry, KJM, Slomka PJ, Peters TM. Fusion of Endoscopic Images and Object Surfaces for Image Guided Neurosurgery. IEEE Trans on Medical Imaging, 20, 23-30, 2002. Role: Principle Investigator, Supervised PDF(S):, D Dey, Supervised graduate dissertion students(s):, D Gobbi, CIHR MT-11540, cihr CG-14973. 80. *Lukas LA, Surry KJM, Peters TM. Temperature dosimetry using MR relaxation characteristics of poly(vinyl alcohol) cryogel (PVA-C). Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 46:1006-1013 2001. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised undergraduate dissertation student L Lukas. MRC CG-14973, MRC MT-11540. 79. *Chiu AM, Dey D, Drangova M, Boyd WD, Peters TM. 3-D image guidance for minimally invasive robotic coronary artery bypass (MIRCAB), Heart Surgery Forum 3(3): 224-231, 2000. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation students A Chiu, D Dey. MRC GR 14973, MRC MT 11540. 78. Peters TM. Image-guided surgery: From X-rays to virtual reality. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering : 27-57, 2000. Role: Principal Investigator. MRC GR 14973, MRC MT 11540. 77. *Comeau RM, Sadikot AF, Fenster A, Peters TM. Intra-operative ultrasound for guidance and tissue shift correction in image-guided neurosurgery. Medical Physics 27(4): 787-800. 2000. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student R Comeau. MRC GR 14973, MRC MT 11540. 76. *Audette MA, Peters TM. An algorithmic overview of medical surface registration techniques for medical imaging. Medical Image Analysis 4(3): 201-217, 2000. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student M Audette. NSERC CPG0164606, MRC MT 11540. 75.. *Munger P, Peters TM, Pike GB. Correction of distortion in EPI images using conjugate gradient reconstruction. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging 19: 681-689, 2000. Role: Co-investigator; co-supervised graduate dissertation student P Munger. MRC MT 11540. 74 Bittar R, Olivier A, Sadikot A, Andermann F, *Comeau R, *Cyr M, Peters TM, Reutens D. Localization of somatosensory function using position emission tomography scanning: A comparison with intraoperative cortical stimulation. J Neurosurgery 90: 478-483, 1999. Role: Co-investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student R Comeau; supervised research assistant M Cyr. MRC MT 11540. 73. *St-Jean P, Sadikot AF, Collins DL, Clonda D, Kasrai R, Evans A, Peters TM. Automated atlas integration and interactive 3-dimensional visualization tools for planning and guidance of functional neurosurgery. IEEE Trans Medical Imaging, 17: 672-680, 1998. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation students P St-Jean, D Clonda, R Kasrai. MRC MT 11540. 73. *Comeau R, Fenster A, Peters TM. Intra-operative ultrasound imaging in image-guided neurosurgery. Radiographics 18: 1019-1027, 1998. Role: Principal Investigator; - 21 -
  • 22. Peters, Terry November 2002 supervised graduate dissertation student R Comeau. MRC MT 11540, NSERC CGP 0164606. 71. Paus T. Jech R. Thompson CJ. Comeau R. Peters T. Evans AC. Dose-dependent reduction of cerebral blood flow during rapid-rate transcranial magnetic stimulation of the human sensorimotor cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology. 79(2):1102-7, 1998. 70. Paus T, Jech R, Thompson C, *Comeau R, Peters T and Evans A. Transcranial magnetic stimulation during positron emission tomography: A new method for studying connectivity of the human cerebral cortex. Journal of Neuroscience 17(9): 3178-3184, 1997. Role: Co-investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student R Comeau. MRC MT 11540. 69. Olivier A, Alonzo M, *Comeau R, Peters T. Image-guided surgery of epilepsy. Neurosurgery Clinics of North America 7(2): 229-243, 1996. Role: Co-investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student R Comeau. MRC MT 11540. 68. *Charland P, Peters TM. Optimal display conditions for quantitative analysis of stereoscopic cerebral angiograms. IEEE Trans on Medical Imaging 15(5): 648-655, 1996. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student P Charland. MRC 11540. 67. Peters TM, Davey B, Munger P, Comeau R, Evans A, Olivier A. On-line stereoscopic image-guidance for neurosurgery. IEEE Trans Medical Imaging 15(2): 121-128, 1996. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised PDF B Davey; supervised graduate dissertation students P Munger, R Comeau. MRC MT 11540. 66. *Henri CJ, Peters TM. Three-dimensional reconstruction of cerebral vasculature. Theory and methodology. Medical Physics 23(2): 197-204, 1996. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student C Henri. MRC MA 11278. 65. *Henri CJ, Peters TM. Three-dimensional reconstruction of cerebral vasculature. Experimental evaluation. Medical Physics 23(5): 617-627, 1996. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student C Henri. MRC MA 11278. 64. Bastos A, Korah P, Cendes F, Melançon D, Tampieri D, Peters T, Dubeau F, Andermann F. Curvelinear reconstruction of 3-D magnetic resonance imaging in patients with partial epilepsy: A pilot study. Magnetic Resonance Imaging 13(8): 1107, 1995. Role: Co- investigator. MRC MT 11540. 63. *Collins DL, Holmes CJ, Peters TM, Evans AC. Automatic 3-D segmentation of neuroanatomical structures from MRI. Human Brain Mapping 3: 190-208, 1995. Role: Co-nvestigator; co-supervised graduate dissertation student D Collins. MRC MT 11540. 62. Rohling R, Munger P, Hollerbach J, Peters TM. Comparison of relative accuracy between a mechanical and an optical position tracker for image-guided neurosurgery. Journal of Image-Guided Surgery 1(1): 30-34, 1995. Role: Co-investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student P Munger. MRC MT 11540. - 22 -
  • 23. Peters, Terry November 2002 61. *Takahashi A, Peters TM. Compensation of multi-dimensional selective excitation pulses using measured k-space trajectories. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 34(3): 446-456, 1995. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student A Takahashi. MRC MT 11450. 60. Germano IM, Olivier A, Cukiert A, Peters TM. Frameless stereotactic surgery for treatment of the epilepsies: Preliminary experience. Journal of Neurosurgery 81(4): 629-633, 1994. 59. Elisevich K, Cunningham I, Assis L, Peters T. A table-mounted stereotactic system for digital angiography: A means of standardizing arteriovenous malformation measurement. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery 63: 168-171, 1994. 58. Zwinkler MP, Peters TM, Michel RP. Effects of pulmonary fibrosis on the distribution of edema. Computed tomography scanning and morphology. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 149: 1266-1275, 1994. 57. Peters TM, Henri CJ, Munger P, Takahashi AM, Evans AC, Davey B, Olivier A. Integration of stereoscopic DSA and 3-D MRI for image guided neurosurgery. Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics 18(4): 289-299, 1994. 56. *Collins DL, Neelin P, Peters TM, Evans AC. Automatic 3D inter-subject registration of MR volumetric data in standardized Talairach space. J Comp Assist Tomography 18(2): 192-205, 1994. 55. Cendes F, Leproux F, Melançon D, Ethier R, Evans A, Peters T, Andermann F. MRI of amygdala and hippocampus in temporal lobe epilepsy. J Comp Assist Tomography 17: 206-210, 1993. 54. *Henri CJ, Collins DL, Peters TM. Optimization of projection geometry for few-view reconstruction of sparse objects. Medical Physics 20(5): 1537-1547, 1993. 53. Watson C, Andermannn F, Gloor P, Jones-Gotman M, Peters T, Evans A, Olivier A, Melanson D, Leroux G. Anatomic basis of amygdaloid and hippocampal volume measurement by magnetic resonnance imaging. Neurology 42: 1743-1750, 1992. 52. Partlow G, del Carpio-Donnavon R, Melaniçon D, Peters TM. Bilateral thalamic glioma: review of 8 cases, with personality change and mental deterioration. Am J Neuroradiology 13: 1225-1230, 1992. 51. *Takahashi A, Peters TM, Takahashi Y. The utility and limitations of the spinorized Bloch equation. J Mag Res 98: 147-152, 1992. 50. Evans AC, Peters TM, Collins DL, Henri CJ, Marrett TS, Pike GB, Dai W. 3-D correlative imaging and segmentation of cerebral anatomy, function and vasculature. Automedica 14: 65-80, 1992. - 23 -
  • 24. Peters, Terry November 2002 49. Peters TM. From radioastronomy to medical imaging. Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine 14: 185-188, 1991. 48. Berkovic SF, Andermann F, Olivier A, Ethier R, Melançon D, Robitaille Y, Kuzniecky R, Peters T, Feindel W. Hippocampal sclerosis in temporal lobe epilepsy demonstrated by magnetic resonance imaging. Annals of Neurology 29(2): 175-82, 1991. 47. *Henri CJ, Collins L, Peters TM. Multi-modality image integration for stereotactic surgical planning. Med Phys 18: 167-177, 1991. 46. *Henri CJ, Pike GB, Collins DL, Peters TM. 3-D display of cortical anatomy and vasculature: MR angiography verses multi-modality integration. J Digital Imaging 4: 21-27, 1991. 45. Peters TM, Henri C, Collins L, Pike B, Olivier A. Clinical applications of integrated 3-D stereoscopic imaging in neurosurgery. Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine 13: 166-176, 1990. 44. Peters TM, Henri CJ, Pike GB, Clark JA, Collins L, Olivier A. Integration of stereotactic DSA with 3-D image reconstruction for stereotactic planning. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery 54-55: 471-476, 1990. 43. *Pike GB, Podgorsak EB, Peters TM, PLA C, Olivier A. Three-dimensional isodose distributions in stereotactic neurosurgery. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery 54-55: 519-524, 1990. 42. *Pike GB, Podgorsak EB, Peters TM, Pla C, Olivier A, Souhami L. Dose distributions in radiosurgery. Med Phys 17: 296-304, 1990. 41. Peters TM, Clark JA, Pike GB, Henri C, Collins L, Leksell D, Jeppsson O. Stereotactic neurosurgery planning on a PC based workstation. J Digital Imaging 2(2): 1-7, 1989. 40. Peters TM. Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Neurology and Neurosurgery. J Mind and Behavior 9: 241-262, 1988. 39. Villemure JG, Marchand E, Peters TM, Leroux G, Olivier A. Magnetic resonance imaging stereotaxy: Recognition and utilization of the commissures. Appl Neurophysiology 50: 57-62, 1987. 38. Kuznieky R, de la Sayette V, Ethier R, Melançon D, Andermann F, Berkovics S, Robitaille Y, Olivier A, Peters TM, Feindel W. Magnetic resonance imaging in temporal lobe epilepsy: Pathological correlations. Ann of Neurology 22(3): 341-347, 1987. 37. *Pike B, Peters TM, Podgorsak EB, Pla C, Olivier A, de Lotbinère A. Stereotactic external beam calculations for radiosurgical treatment of brain lesions. Appl Neurophysiology 50: 269-273, 1987. 36. Olivier A, Podgorsak E, Hazel G, Pla C, deLotbiniere A, Pike B, Peters T, Bertrand G. Methodology for stereotactic radiosurgery of the brain with a linear accelerator. Can J Neurological Sci 14: 273, 1987. - 24 -
  • 25. Peters, Terry November 2002 35. Olivier A, deLotbiniere A, Peters T, Pike B, Ethier R, Melançon D, Bertrand G, Podgorsak E. Combined use of DSA and MRI for radiosurgery and stereoenchepholography. Appl Neurophysiology 50: 92-99, 1987. 34. *Pike B, Podgorsak EB, Peters TM, Pla C. Dose distributions in dynamic stereotactic radiosurgery. Medical Physics 14: 780-789, 1987. 33. Peters TM, Clark JA, Pike B, Drangova M, Olivier A. Stereotactic surgical planning with MR, DSA and CT. Appl Neurophysiology 50: 33-38, 1987. 32. Olivier A, Peters TM, Clark JA, Marchand E, Mawko G, Bertrand G, Vanier M, Ethier R, Tyler J and de Lotbinière A. Integration de l'angiographie numérique, de la résonance magnétique, de la tomodensitometrie et de la tomographie par emission de positons en stéréotaxie. Rev EEG Neurophysiol Clin 17: 25-43, 1987. 31. Vanier M, Ethier R, Clark J, Peters TM, Olivier A, Melançon D. Anatomical interpretation of MR scans of the brain. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 4: 185-188, 1987. 30. Tremewan RN, Peters TM, Bones P and Tait JJ. A low-resolution CT scanner in radiotherapy planning. Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine 10: 196-200, 1987. 29. Olivier A, Peters TM, Bertrand G. Stereotaxic systems and apparatus for use with MRI, CT and DSA. Appl Neurophysiol 48: 94-96, 1986. 28. Olivier A, Marchand E, Peters TM, Tyler J. Depth electrode implantation at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital. In Surgical Treatment of the Epilepsies. J Engel (ed.). Raven Press, New York: pp 595-601, 1986. 27. Peters TM, Clark JA, Olivier A, Marchand EP, Mawko G, Dieumegarde M, Muresan LV, Ethier, R. Integrated stereotaxic imaging with CT, MR imaging, and digital subtraction angiography. Radiology 161: 821-826, 1986. 26. Nicolle A, Peters TM, Ethier R. Magnetic resonance imaging. Canadian J Ophthalmology 21: 3-6, 1986. 25. Worthington C, Peters TM, Ethier R, Melançon D, Theron J, Villemure JG, Olivier A, Clark J, Mawko G. Stereoscopic digital subtraction angiography in neuroradiological assessment. Amer J Neuroradiol 6: 802-808, 1985. 24. Olivier A, Bertrand G, Peters TM. Stereotaxic systems and procedures for depth electrode placement and technical aspects. Applied Neurophysiology 46: 37-40, 1983. 23. Peters TM, Olivier A, Bertrand G. The role of CT and digital radiographic techniques in stereotaxic procedures for electrode implantation and mapping and lesion localization. Applied Neurophysiology 46: 200-205, 1983. - 25 -
  • 26. Peters, Terry November 2002 22. Bates RHT, Garden KL, Peters TM. Overview of computerized tomography with emphasis on future developments. IEEE Vol. 71 (Special Issue on Computed Tomography) 3: 356-372, March 1983. 21. Peters TM, Olivier A. CT aided stereotaxy for depth electrode implantation and biopsy. Can J Neurolog Sci 10: 166-169, 1983. 20. *Strother SC, Peters TM. A contrast-detail noise approach to the study of display conditions. Proc Intern'l Workshop on Physics and Engineering in Medical Imaging, Asilomar, California, March 1982. IEEE Comp Soc: pp 115-121, 1982. 19. Peters TM, Strother SC. Applications of spatial filtering to CT imaging. Proc Intern'l Workshop on Physics and Engineering in Medical Imaging, Asilomar, CA, March 1982. Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers for IEEE Comp Soc: pp 193-198, 1982. 18. Thompson CJ, Peters TM. A fractional address computer for fast back-projection. Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers for IEEE Trans Nucl Sci: NS-28(4): 3649-3651, August 1981. 17. Peters TM. Algorithms for fast back- and re-projection in computed tomograpahy. Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers for IEEE Trans Nucl Sci: NS-28(4): 3641-3648, August 1981. 16. Nicolle D, Ethier R, Peters TM. Clinical applications of computerized tomography and multi-planar transformation of the orbit. Can J Ophthalmology, 1981. 15. Peters TM. Multi-planar transformation of CT images. J Canadian Assn Radiol 31: 126-129, June 1980. 14. Bonefe A, Ethier R, Melançon D, Belanger G, Peters TM. High resolution computed tomography in cervical syringomyelia. J Comp Assist Tomograph 4(1): 42-47, 1980. 13. Peters TM. Resolution improvement to CT systems using aperture function correction. In Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics 8: Mathematical Aspects of Computerized Tomography. G.T. Herman and F. Natterer (eds). Springer-Verlag, New York: pp 241-251, 1980. 12. Bates RHT, McDonnell MJ, Lewitt RM, Peters TM, Milner MJ. Practical image processing. Physics in Technology 9(3): 101-107, 1978. 11. Lewitt RM, Bates RHT, Peters TM. Image reconstruction from projections: II: Modified back-projection methods. Optik 50: 85-109, 1978. 10. Peters TM, Lewitt RM. Computed tomography with fan beam geometry. J Comput Assist Tomography 1(4): 429-436, 1977. 9. Tremewan RN, Bailey RR, Abbott GD, Little PJ, Peters TM, Tait JJ. Diagnosis of gross vesicoureteric reflux using ultrasonography. British J Urol 48: 431-435, 1976. - 26 -
  • 27. Peters, Terry November 2002 8. Kennedy WK, Peters TM. High quality image recording and display using a small hybrid computer. Australian Computer Journal 7: 26-68, 1975. 7. Smith PR, Peters TM, Muller HR, Elke M. Towards the assessment of limitations on computerized axial tomography. Neuroradiology 9: 1-8, 1975. 6. Peters TM. Principles of Computerized Tomography. Australasian Radiology 9: 118-126, 1975. 5. Peters TM. Enhanced display of three-dimensional information from computerized x-ray tomograms. Computers in Biology and Medicine 5: 49-52,1975. 4. Peters TM. Spatial filtering to improve transverse tomography. IEEE Trans Biomedical Engineering 21(3): 214-219, 1974. 3. Peters TM, Smith PR, Gibson RD. Computer aided transverse body-section radiography. Brit J Radiol 46: 314-317, 1973. 2. Smith PR, Peters TM, Bates RHT. Image reconstruction from finite numbers of projections. J Phys A-6: 361-382, 1973. 1. Bates RHT, Peters TM. Towards improvements in tomography. New Zealand J Science 14: 883-896, 1971. Peer-Reviewed Papers in Conference Proceedings 30. Lehmann G. Habets D. Holdsworth DW, Peters T, Drangova M. Simulation of intra- operative 3D coronary angiography for enhanced minimally-invasive robotic cardiac intervention. Proc MICCAI 2002, Tokyo, Japan, Sept 25-28, 2002. 269-275. Role: Collaborator. 29. Gobbi DG, Peters TM. Interactive interoperative 3D Ultrasound reconstruction and visualization. Proc MICCAI 2002, Tokyo, Japan, Sept 25-28, 2002. 156-163. Role: Principle Investigator, supervised D Gobbi CIHR, gr 14973. 29. Finnis KW, Starreveld YP, Parrent AG, Sadikot AF, Peters TM Application of a Population Based Electrophysiological Database to the Planning and Guidance of Deep Brain Stereotactic Neurosurgery. Proc MICCAI 2002, Tokyo, Japan, Sept 25-28, 2002. 69-76. Role: Principle Investigator, supervised Finnis CIHR, gr 14973,Starreveld IRIS NCE 30. Finnis KW, Starreveld YP, Parrent AG, Peters TM Subcortical physiology deformed into a patient-specific brain atlas for image-guided stereotaxy Proc SPIE 4681: Medical Imaging 2002; Visualization, Image-guided Procedures and Display. 184-195. Role: Principle Investigator, supervised Finnis CIHR, gr 14973,Starreveld IRIS NCE.. 29. Lehmann G, Chiu A, Gobbi D, Starreveld Y, Boyd D, Drangova M, Peters TM. Towards dynamic planning and guidance of minimally Invasive Robotic Cardiac Bypass Surgical Procedures. Proc MICCAI 2001. 4th International Conference, Utrecht, The - 27 -
  • 28. Peters, Terry November 2002 Netherlands, Oct 14-17, 2001. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 2208, 368-375, 2001. Role: Principal Investigator, supervised Gobbi, Chiu, Starreveld, HFSO, MRC, gr 14973, IRIS NCE. 28. Gobbi DG and Peters TM Real-time warping for intra-operative use. Papers 5-7 Annual meeting, Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists, Kelowna BC, July 12-14, 2001. Role: Principle Investigator, supervised Gobbi, MRC, gr 14973, IRIS NCE. 27. Starreveld YP, Gobbi DG, Finnis KA, Peters TM. Software components for medical image visualization and surgical planning. Proc SPIE 4319 Medical Imaging 2001, 546-556, 2001. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised: Y Starreveld, D Gobbi, K Finnis. MRC MT11540, GR 14973, IRIS NCE. 26. Peters TM. Image-guided surgery and therapy: Current status and future direction: Keynote Address. Proc SPIE 4319 Medical Imaging 2001, 1-12. Role: Principal Investigator. MRC MT11540, gr 14973, IRIS NCE. 25. Gobbi DG, Lee BHK, Peters TM. Real-time 3D ultrasound for intra-operative surgical guidance. Proc SPIE 4319 Medical Imaging 2001, 264-271. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised D Gobbi, B Lee. MRC-GR 14973, IRIS NCE. 24. Hyde DE, Fox AJ, Lownie SP, Habets DF, Peters TM, Holdsworth DW. Volumetric subtraction angiography for image-guided therapy. Proc SPIE 4319 Medical Imaging 2001, Paper 24: In press. Role: Co-Investigator. MRC MT11540, MRC GR 14937, IRIS NCE. 23. *Dey D, Slomka PJ, Gobbi DG, Peters TM. Mixed reality merging of endoscopic and 3-D surface images. MICCAI 2000, Pittsburg, Oct 11-13: 796-803, 2000. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised D Dey. MRC MT11540, MRC GR 14937, IRIS NCE. 22. Finnis KW, Starreveld YP, Parrent AG, Peters TM. A 3-dimensional database of deep brain functional anatomy and its applicatiopn to image-guided neurosurgery. MICCAI 2000, Pittsburg, PA, October 11-13: 1-9, 2000. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised Y Starreveld; supervised graduate dissertation student K Finnis. MRC MT11540, MRC GR 14937, IRIS NCE. 21. Gobbi DG, Comeau RM, Peters TM. Ultrasound/MRI overlay with image warping for neurosurgery. MICCAI 2000, Pittsburg, PA, October 11-13: 106-114, 2000. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate students D Gobbi, R Comeau. MRC MT11540, MRC GR 14937, IRIS NCE. 20. *Dey D, Gobbi DG., Surry KJM, Slomka PJ, Peters TM. Mapping of endoscopic images to object surfaces via ray-traced texture mapping for image guidance in neurosurgery. Proc SPIE 3976 Medical Imaging 2000, San Diego, CA: 290-300, 2000. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised PDF D Dey; supervised graduate dissertation student D Gobbi. MRC MT 11540, MRC GR 14937. 19. *Gobbi DG, Comeau RM, Lee BKH, Peters TM. Correlation of pre-operative MRI and intra-operative 3-D ultrasound to measure brain tissue shift. Proc SPIE 3976 Medical - 28 -
  • 29. Peters, Terry November 2002 Imaging 2000, San Diego, CA: 2000. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation students D Gobbi, R Comeau, B Lee. MRC MT 11540, MRC GR 14937. 18. *Finnis KW, Starreveld YP, Parrent AG, Sadikot AF, Peters TM. 3D functional database of subcortical structures for surgical guidance in image guided stereotactic neurosurgery. MICCAI 1999, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, September 16-20: 758-766, 1999. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised PDF Y Starreveld; supervised graduate dissertation students D Gobbi, R Comeau, B Lee. MRC MT 11540, MRC GR 14937. 17. *Kasrai R, Kingdom FAA, Peters TM. The perception of transparency in medical images. MICCAI 1999, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, September 16-20: 726-733, 1999. Role: Principal investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student R Kasrai. MRC MT 11540. 16. *Gobbi DG, Comeau RM, Peters TM. Ultrasound probe tracking for real-time ultrasound/ MRI overlay and visualization of brain shift. MICCAI 1999, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, September 16-20: 920-927, 1999. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation students D Gobbi, R Comeau. MRC MT 11540, MRC GR 14937. 15. *Audette MA, Siddiqi K, Peters TM. Level-set surface segmentation and fast cortical range image tracking for computing intra-surgical deformations. MICCAI 1999, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, September 16-20: 788-797, 1999. Role: Principal Investigator, supervised graduate dissertation student M Audette. NSERC OGP 0155058. 14. *Audette MA, Peters TM. Level-set segmentation and registration for computing intrasurgical deformations. Proc. SPIE 3661 Medical Imaging 1999: 110-121, 1999. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student M Audette. NSERC OGP 0155058. 13. *St-Jean P, Kasrai R, Clonda D, Sadikot A, Evans A, Peters TM. Interactive 3 dimensional visualization tools for stereotactic atlas-based functional neurosurgery. Proc. SPIE 3335 Medical Imaging 1998, Conference on Image Display, Yongmin Kim and Seong Ki Mun (eds.): 198-207, San Diego, CA, February 22-24, 1998. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation students P St-Jean, R Kasrai, D Clonda. MRC MT 11540. 12. *Comeau RM, Fenster A, Peters TM. Integrated MR and ultrasound imaging for improved image guidance in neurosurgery. Proc SPIE 3338, Part of Medical Imaging 1998, Conference on Image Processing, K. Hansen (ed.): 747-754, San Diego, CA February 23-26, 1998. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation student R Comeau. MRC MT 11540, NSERC CGP 0164606. 11. Peters TM, Comeau RM, Kasrai R, St-Jean P, Clonda D, Sinasac M, Audette M, Fenster A. A comprehensive approach to image-guided surgery. Proc SPIE 3262, Bios 1998: 244-252, San Jose, CA, January 1998. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised graduate dissertation students R Comeau, P St-Jean, R Kasrai, D Clonda, M Sinasac, M Audette. MRC MT 11540, NSERC OGP 0155058. - 29 -
  • 30. Peters, Terry November 2002 10. *Davey BLK, MacDonald D, Gotman J, Peters TM. Integrating electrophysiological data into an image-guided surgery system. Proc SPIE Medical Imaging 1996, Newport Beach, CA, February 1996. Role: Principal Investigator; supervised PDF B Davey. C MT 11540. 9. *Collins DL, Peters TM, Evans AC. An automated 3D non-linear deformation procedure for determination of gross morphometric variability in human brain. Proc Visualization in Biomedical Computing (VBC) 94: 180-190, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, September 1994. 8. *Davey BLK, Comeau RM, Munger P, Pisani L, Lacerte D, Olivier A, Peters TM. Multimodal interactive stereoscopic image-guided neurosurgery. Proc Visualization in Biomedical Computing (VBC) 94: 526-536, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, September 1994. 7. *Davey BLK, Comeau RM, Gabe C, Olivier A, Peters TM. Interactive stereoscopic image-guided neurosurgery. Proc SPIE 2164 Medical Imaging 1994: 167-176, 1994. 6. *Collins DL, Peters TM, Evans AC. Multiresolution image registration and brain structure segmentation. EMBS Satellite Symposium on Medical Imaging, Rennes, France, November 1992. 5. *Henri CJ, Pike GB, Collins DL, Peters TM. 3-D display of cortical anatomy and vasculature: MR angiography verses multi-modality integration. Proc SPIE Medical Imaging 1990, Newport Beach, CA: January 1990. 4. Evans AC, Marrett S, Collins L, Peters TM. Anatomical-functional correlative analysis of the human brain using three dimensional imaging systems. Proc SPIE Medical Imaging III, Newport Beach, CA, January, 1989. 3. Marrett S, Evans AC, Collins L, Peters TM. A volume-of-interest (VOI) atlas for the analysis of neurophysiological image data. Proc SPIE Medical Imaging III, Newport Beach, CA, January, 1989. 2. *Henri C, Collins L, Peters TM, Evans A, Marrett S. Three-dimensional interactive display of medical images for stereotactic neurosurgery planning. Proc SPIE Medical Imaging III, Newport Beach, CA, January 1989. 1. Peters TM, Clark JA, Pike BG, Henri C, Collins L. Stereotactic neurosurgery planning using a PC based workstation. Proc SPIE Medical Imaging III, Newport Beach, CA, January 1989. Non-Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings 2. Peters TM, Henri CJ. Clinical applications of integrated 3-D stereoscopic imaging in neurosurgery. First Conference on Visualisation in Biomedical Computing, Course notes, Stereoscopic Visualization Workshop: Atlanta, GA, May , 1990. - 30 -
  • 31. Peters, Terry November 2002 1. *Henri CJ, Peters TM. Stereoscopic visualization techniques. First Conference on Visualization in Biomedical Computing, Interactive Stereoscopic Image-guided Neurosurgery, Course notes, Stereoscopic Visualization Workshop: Atlanta, GA, May 1990. Abstracts 123. Peters TM, Gobbi DG. Integrated 3D ultrasound and MRI for neurosurgical guidance. Proc Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine (EPSM 2002) Rotorua, NZ, Nov 11-14, 2002. 123. Gobbi DG, Starreveld YP, Finnis KW, Peters TM A 3D non-linear image-registration environment. Proc ISMRM, Honolulu Hawaii, May 19-24, 2002. p 360. 122. Peters TM, Chiu A, Gupta R, Lehmann G, Boyd D, Drangova M. Image-guidance for Robotically-assisted Minimally-invasive Cardiac Surgery. RSNA 2001, Chicago Ill, Nov 25-30, 2001. Radiology 221(P), Nov, p159, 2001. 121. Peters TM, Comeau R, Gobbi DG. Integrated MR and Ultrasound in Neurosurgery. Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine 2001. Perth Australia, Oct 3, 2001. 120. Peters TM. Image-guided Surgery: Towards Non-invasive procedures. Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine 2001. Perth Australia, Oct 3, 2001. 119. Peters TM, Chui A, Gupta R, Boyd D. Virtual reality for robotic surgery of the beating heart. Keynote/Plenary presentation, Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine 2001. Perth Australia, Oct 1, 2001. 118. Finnis KW, Starreveld YP, Parrent AG, Sadikot AF, Peters TM. A 3D patient specific stereotactic brain atlas of intraoperative electrophysiologic recordings and observations. 12th World Congress of Neurosurgery, World Federation of Neurological Societies, Sydney, Australia, September 16-20, 2001. 117. Starreveld YP, Finnis KW, Gobbi DG, Parrent AG, Peters TM. Integrated software components for physiologically guided frame based stereotaxy. 12th World Congress of Neurosurgery, World Federation of Neurological Societies, Sydney, Australia, September 16-20, 2001. 116. Starreveld YP, Kinnis KA, Gobbi DG, Parrent AG, Peters TM Integrated Software components for Physiologically guided frame-based stereotaxy. 12th World Congress of Neurosurgery, Sydney Aus, Sept 18, 2001. Role: Principal Investigator, supervised Gobbi, Finnis, Starreveld. MRC, gr 14973, IRIS NCE 115. Starreveld YP, Kinnis KA, Parrent AG, Peters TM. An Automatic Volume-based image to frame coordinate transformation for MRI-based stereotactic surgical planning. Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Halifax NS, May 20, 2001. Role: - 31 -
  • 32. Peters, Terry November 2002 Principal Investigator, supervised Gobbi, Finnis, Starreveld. MRC, gr 14973, IRIS NCE 114. Starreveld Y, Holdsworth D, Gobbi D, Habets D, Hyde D, Fox A, Rutt B, Peters T. Integration of 3-D computed rotational angiograms with 3-D MRI for Neuro interventional procedures. World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Chicago, IL (TH-B 303-1), July 2000. 113. K W Finnis, Y P Starreveld, A G Parrent, T M Peters A. Functional database for guidance of surgical and therapeutic procedures in the deep brain. World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Chicago, IL (TH-B 303-1), July 2000. 112. Chiu A, Boyd D, Peters TM. 3D visualization for minimally invasive robotic coronary artery bypass (MIRCAB). World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Chicago, IL (TH-B 303-1), July 2000. 111. Gobbi DG. Comeau RM., Lee BKH, Peters TM. Integration of intra-operative 3-D ultrasound with pre-operative MRI for neurosurgical guidance. World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Chicago, IL (WE-CXH-13), July 2000. 110. Lee BLK, Gobbi DG, Peters TM. Vascular tree extraction from MRA and power Doppler US image volumes. World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Chicago, IL (TH-B 303-1), July 2000. 109. Chiu AM, Dey D, Drangova M, Boyd WD, Peters TM. 3-D image guidance for minimally invasive robotic coronary artery bypass (MIRCAB). International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, Atlanta, GA, June 7-9, 2000. 108. Chiu AM, Boyd WD, Peters TM. Port placement simulation in a virtual 3-D thoracic model. Minimally Invasive Cardiac Symposium, Key West, FL, May 27-28, 2000. 107. Dey D, Gobbi DG, Surry KJ, Stareveld YP, Peters TM. Merging of endoscopic images to pre-operative images for surgical planning and guidance. Proc RSNA 1999, paper 1122. Radiology 213(P): 357, 1999. 106. Starreveld YP, Gobbi DG, Finnis KW, Dey D, Parrent AG, Peters TM. A neurosurgical visualization meta-platform. Info-Rad Exhibit 9121DS, RSNA 1999, Radiology 213(P): 578, 1999. 105. Finnis KW, Parrent AG, Sadikot AF, Peters TM. 3D functional database of subcortical structures for image guided neurosurgery. Human Brain Mapping HBM99, Dusseldorf, Germany, 1999. 104. Lee BK, Gobbi DG, Peters TM. Vascular tree extraction for landmark identification. Proceedings of COMP Annual Meeting, Sherbrooke, QC, June17-19, 1999. Medical Physics 26(7): 1433, 1999. 103. Sadikot AF, St-Jean P, Clonda D, Kasrai R, Comeau R, Bertrand G, Peters TM. Automated atlas integration and interactive 3-D visualization tools for planning and guidance in functional neurosurgery. Proceedings of Annual Meeting, American Association of Neurological Surgeons, New Orleans, LA, April 24-28, 1999. - 32 -
  • 33. Peters, Terry November 2002 102. Atkinson J, Collins DL, Kasrai R, Pike GB, Peters TM, Sadikot AF. Evaluation of thalamotomies for Parkinson’s disease using an MRI-based deformable volumetric atlas of the human brain. Proceedings of Annual Meeting, American Association for Neurological Surgeons, New Orleans, LA, April 24-28 1999. 101. Peters, TM. Image guidance for neurosurgical procedures. (Indian) Journal of Medical Physics 23(3): 234-235, 1998. 100. Sadikot AF, St-Jean P, Clonda D, Comeau R, Bertrand G, Peters TM. Automated atlas integration and interactive 3D visualization tools for planning and guidance in functional neurosurgery. International Basal Ganglia Society, 1998. 99. Sadikot AF, Comeau RM, Davey B, Panisset M, Bertrand G, Peters TM. Validation of an interactive image guidance system for functional neurosurgery. Proceedings of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, QC, June 1998. 98. *Sadikot AF, St-Jean P, Clonda D, Comeau R, Kasrai R, Panisset M, Bertrand, Peters TM. An MRI-based computerized system for the surgical treatment of movement disorders. Proceedings of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, QC, June 1998. 97. *St-Jean P, Sadikot AF, Clonda D, Comeau R, Kasrai R, Evans A, Peters TM. An MRI- based computerized system for the surgical treatment of movement disorders. Proceedings of Fourth International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, Montreal, QC, June 7-12, 1998. 96. Olivier A, Sadikot AF, Cyr M, Comeau R, Boling W, Bittar R, Reutens D, Klein D, Milner B, Peters TM. MRI and PET guidance in surgery of epilepsy and brain tumors using the viewing wand system. Proceedings of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, QC, June 7-12, 1998. 95. Comeau RM, Fenster A, Sadikot AF, Peters TM. Combining intraoperative ultrasound and preoperative MR imaging for improved image guidance in neurosurgery. Proceedings of Fourth International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, Montreal, QC, June 7-12, 1998. 94. *St-Jean P, Sadikot AF, Clonda D, Kasrai R, Evans AC, Peters TM. Interactive 3- dimensional visualization tools for stereotactic atlas-based functional neurosurgery. Proceedings of Fourth International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, Montreal, QC, June 7-12, 1998. 93. Audette MA, Peters TM. Level-set surface segmentation and registration for computing intrasurgical deformations. 44th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists, London Health Sciences Centre and The University of Western Ontario, London, ON, June 1998: p 40. 92. *Finnis K, St-Jean P, Kasrai P, Clonda D, Peters TM. Creation of a non-linearly warpable 3-d functional atlas for image-guided neurosurgery. 44th Annual Meeting of the Canadian - 33 -
  • 34. Peters, Terry November 2002 Organization of Medical Physicists, London Health Sciences Centre and The University of Western Ontario, London, ON, June 1998, pp 5-10. 91. *Surry KJM, Blake CC, Chu KC, Gordon M, Rutt BK, Fenster A, Peters TM. polyvinyl alcohol phantoms for use in MR and US imaging. 44th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists, London Health Sciences Centre and The University of Western Ontario, London, ON, June 1998: p 44. 90. *Comeau RM, Gobbi DG, Fenster A, Sadikot AF, Peters TM. Detecting and correcting brain tissue deformation using intra-operative ultrasound imaging in interactive image guided neurosurgery. 44th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists, London Health Sciences Centre and The University of Western Ontario, London, ON, June 1998: p 39. 89. *Munger P, Crelier G, Peters TM, Pike GB. Conjugate gradient restoration of EPI images. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, Australia, April 19-25 1998: p 416. 88. *St-Jean P, Clonda D, Kasrai R, Evans A, Holmes C, Sadikot A, Peters TM. Automatic integration of a thalamic altas with 3-D MRI for image-guided neuro-surgery. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, Australia, April 19-25 1998: p 559. 87. Bakar M, Peters TM. A method for objectively comparing magnetic resonance and digital-subtraction angiograms. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, Australia, April 19-25, 1998: p 783. 86. *Comeau RM, Sadikot AF, Olivier A, Audette MA, Fenster A, Peters, TM. Combining intraoperative ultrasound and pre-operative 3D MRI for interactive image-guided neurosurgery. Info-Rad Exhibit 9407CAD, Radiology 205(P): 739, December 1997. 85. *Kasrai R, St-Jean P, Narayanan S, Arnold DL, Peters TM. Multimodality image visualization for image-guided neurosurgery. Proceedings of COMP Annual Meeting, Charlottetown, PEI, July 1997. Medical Physics 24: 1205, July 1997. 84. *Audette M, Peters TM. Brain surface curvature computation and tissue modelling for accurate image-guided surgery and surgical simulation. Proceedings of COMP Annual Meeting, Charlottetown, PEI, July 1997. Medical Physics 24: 1211, July 1997. 83. *Sinasac M, Peters TM. Use of 3-D deformable surface models for intraoperative visualization and quantification of cerebral tissue resection. Proceedings of COMP Annual Meeting, Charlottetown, PEI, July 1997. Medical Physics 24: 1211, July 1997. 82. *St-Jean P, Clonda D, Sadikot A, Peters TM. Computer guidance for thalamotomy and paladotomy. Proceedings of COMP Annual Meeting, Charlottetown, PEI, July 1997. Medical Physics 24: 1205, July 1997. - 34 -
  • 35. Peters, Terry November 2002 81. Clonda D, St-Jean P, Sadikot A, Evans AC, Peters TM. Automatic labeling of the patient's brain with a sub-cortical atlas in image-guided neurosurgery. Proceedings of COMP Annual Meeting, Charlottetown, PEI, July 1997. Medical Physics 24: 1211, July 1997. 80. *Comeau RM, Fenster A, Peters TM. Detecting brain-tissue deformation using intra- operative ultrasound imaging in interactive image-guided neurosurgery. Proceedings of COMP Annual Meeting, Charlottetown, PEI, July 1997. Medical Physics 24: 1206, July 1997. 79. Reutens D, Meyer E, Sadikot AF, Comeau RM , Peters TM, Olivier A. The magnitude of H215O PET sensory activation predicts the results of intraoperative cortical stimulation. Proceedings of Brainmap97, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 18-22, 1997. 78. Paus T, Jech R, Thompson CJ, Comeau RM, Peters TM, Evans AC. Transcranial magnetic stimulation during positron emission tomography: A new method for studying connectivity of the human cerebral cortex. Proceedings of Brainmap97, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 18-22, 1997. 77. Preul MC, Kasrai R, Comeau R, Narayanan S, Olivier A, Leblanc R, Arnold DL, Peters T. Using integrated multi-modal imaging for neurosurgical guidance in the resection or biopsy of brain tumors. Proceedings of Brainmap97, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 18-22, 1997. 76. Sadikot AF, Reutens D, Comeau, RM, Meyer E, Peters TM, Olivier A. Image-guided interactive neurosurgery for correlation of PET-MRI and intraoperative cortical stimulation. Proceedings of American Association of Neurological Surgeons, J. Neurosurgery, Minneapolis, MN, 1996. 75. Sadikot AF, Davey B, Comeau RM, Peters T. Validation of a system for interactive image guidance in functional neurosrgery. Proceedings of American Association of Neurological Surgeons, J. Neurosurgery, Minneapolis, MN,1996. 74. Reutens, D, Sadikot AF, Comeau RM, Meyer E, Peters TM, Olivier A. Image-guided interactive neurosurgery for correlation of PET-MRI and intraoperative cortical stimulation. Proceedings of American Academy of Neurologists, Neurology, San Francisco, CA, 1996. 73. Sadikot AF, Davey B, Comeau, RM, Peters T. Interactive image guidance in functional neurosurgery. Proceedings of Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Neurosurgery, Montreal, QC, 1996. 72. Sadikot AF, Reutens D, Comeau RM, Meyer E, Peters TM, Olivier A. Image-guided interactive neurosurgery for correlation of PET-MRI and intraoperative cortical stimulation. Proceedings of Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Neurosurgery, Montreal, QC, 1996. 71. *Comeau R, Fenster A, Peters TM. Intra-operative ultrasound imaging in interactive image-guided neurosurgery. Info-Rad Presentation, 9726, CAI, Radiology 201(P) : 565, November 1996. - 35 -
  • 36. Peters, Terry November 2002 70. Peters TM, Comeau R, Munger P, Davey B, Pisani L, Sadikot A, Olivier A. Image-guided neurosurgery at the Montreal Neurological Institute. Proceedings of 18th International Conference of IEEE EMBS, Amsterdam, Paper 3.1.1-1, October 31 – November 3, 1996. 69. Peters TM, Davey BLK, Pisani L, Comeau R, Olivier A. Stereoscopic visualization of 3-D MR images for neurosurgical guidance. Proceedings of Engineering and Physics in Medicine, Queenstown, New Zealand, November 1995: p 110. 68. Peters TM. The future of three-dimensional medical imaging. Proceedings of Engineering and Physics in Medicine, Queenstown, New Zealand, November, 1995: p 151. 67. Peters TM, Comeau RM, Pisani LJ, Bakar M, Munger P, Davey BLK. Visualization for image-guided neurosurgery. Proceedings of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 17th Annual Conference, Montreal, QC, Paper 2.1.2.13, September 20-23, 1995. 66. *Pisani LJ, Comeau RM, Davey BLK, Peters TM. Incorporation of stereoscopic video into an image-guided neurosurgery environment. Proceedings of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 17th Annual Conference, Montreal, QC, Paper 2.1.1.2, September 20-23, 1995. 65. *Davey BLK, Asselin M-C, Macdonald D, Gotman J, Peters TM. Displaying EEG data for neurosurgical guidance. Proceedings of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 17th Annual Conference, Montreal, QC, Paper 2.1.1.4, September 20-23, 1995. 64. *Takahashi AM, Peters TM. An alternate derivation of the k-Space formalism in excitation pulses. Proceedings of Society of Magnetic Resonance Annual Meeting, Nice, France, August, 1995: p 1011. 63. Peters TM, Pisani L, Comeau R, Davey BLK. Merging 3-D MRI data with stereoscopic video images. Proceedings of Society of Magnetic Resonance Annual Meeting, Nice, France, August 19-25, 1995: p 1168. 62. Peters TM, Davey BLK, Pisani L, Comeau R, Olivier A. Stereoscopic visualization of 3-D MR images for neurosurgical guidance. Proceedings of Society of Magnetic Resonance Annual Meeting, Nice, France, August 19-25, 1995: p 1167. 61. *Munger P, Pike BG, Peters TM. Global rigid-body transformations vs. slice-by slice transformations for MR-based surgical guidance. Proceedings of Society of Magnetic Resonance Annual Meeting, Nice, France, August 19-25, 1995: p 1164. 60. Peters TM. Future trends in medical imaging; 3-D Medical imaging. In Symposium: Future trends in medical imaging, Roentgen 95 COMP-CAR-CAMRT Congress, Palais des Congrès, Montreal, QC, June 7, 1995. Conference Proceedings, 54. 1995. 59. Peters TM, Munger P, Comeau R, Davey BLK, Olivier A. Augmented reality for image- guided surgery. Roentgen 95 COMP-CAR-CAMRT Congress, Palais des Congrès, Montreal, June 7 1995. 11-1. Medical Physics, 22: 675, 1995. - 36 -
  • 37. Peters, Terry November 2002 58. *Comeau RM, Davey BLK, Bakar M, Peters TM. Image integration and visualization in image-guided neurosurgery. Roentgen 95 COMP-CAR-CAMRT Congress, Palais des Congrès, Montreal, June 7 1995. 11-2. Medical Physics, 22: 675, 1995. 57. *Munger P, Peters TM, Davey BLK, Comeau R. Relative registration error in MR image- guided neurosurgery. Roentgen 95 COMP-CAR-CAMRT Congress, Palais des Congrès, Montreal, June 7 1995. 11-4. Medical Physics, 22: 676, 1995. 56. *Pisani L, Comeau R, Davey BLK, Bakar M, Audette M, Peters TM. Incorporating video into image-guided surgery system. Roentgen 95 COMP-CAR-CAMRT Congress, Palais des Congès, Montreal, June 7 1995. 11-6. Medical Physics, 22: 676, 1995. 55. *Davey BLK, Asselin M-C, Ruddy HA, Gotman J, Peters TM. Applying electrophysiological data for neurosurgical guidance. Roentgen 95 COMP-CAR-CAMRT Congress, Palais des Congrès, Montreal, June 7 1995. 11-8. Medical Physics, 22: 676, 1995. 54. Peters TM, Davey BLK, Comeau R, Munger P, Evans AC, Olivier A. Multi-modal stereoscopic image-guided neurosurgery. World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 21-26, 1994. Physics in Medicine and Biology 39a: 622, 1994. 53. *Davey B, Munger P, Comeau R, Pisani L, Olivier A, Peters TM. Applying stereoscopic image visualization to neurosurgical image guidance. MRCAS '94 First International Symposium on Medical Robotics and Computer-assisted Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA, September 22-24, 1994. 52. Rohling R, *Munger P, Hollerbach J, Peters T. Comparison of relative accuracy between a mechanical and an optical position tracker for image-guided neurosurgery. MRCAS '94 First International Symposium on Medical Robotics and Computer-assisted Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA, September 22-24, 1994. 51. *Munger P, Peters TM. Comparison between point-matching and surface-matching registration procedures for MR image-guided neurosurgery. Proceedings of Society of Magnetic Resonance, Aug 6-12, San Francisco, CA: 748, 1994. 50. *Gauvin A , Peters TM. Geometric distortion of MR stereotactic markers from shape- dependent effects. Proceedings of Society of Magnetic Resonance Aug 6-12, San Francisco, CA: 746, 1994. 49. *Takahashi A, Pike GB, Peters TM. Applications of measured K-space trajectories to RF pulse design and image reconstruction. Proceedings of Society of Magnetic Resonance, Aug 6-12, San Francisco, CA: 484, 1994. 48. Germano M, Olivier A, Cukiert A, Peters T. Three-dimensional images and robotics for the planning of epilepsy surgery. European Congress of Epileptology, Oporto, Portugal, September 10-12, San Francisco, CA: 1994. - 37 -
  • 38. Peters, Terry November 2002 47. Peters TM, Munger P, Charland P, Davey B, Comeau R, Henri CJ, Evans AC, Olivier A. on-line stereoscopic image-guidance for neurosurgery. IEEE Medical Imaging Conference, San Francisco Nov 4-6 1993. Paper 8M01. IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference Record 1805 - 1809. 1993. 46. Evans AC, Collins DL, Mills SR, Brown ED, Kelly RL, Peters TM. 3d Statistical Neuroanatomical models from 305 MRI volumes. IEEE Medical Imaging Conference, San Francisco Nov 4-6 1993. Paper 8M04. IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference Record 1813-1817. 1993. 45. Peters TM, Henri CJ, Takahashi AM, Munger P, Davey B, Comeau R, Olivier A. Integration of 3-D MRI and stereoscopic DSA for on-line guidance of neurosurgery. Proceedings of Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Annual Meeting, New York, NY, August 14-20, Vol 1: 160, 1993. 44. *Takahashi AM, Peters TM. Measurement of k-space trajectories for RF pulse design. Proceedings of Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Annual Meeting, New York, NY, August 14-20, Vol 1: 424, 1993. 43. Peters TM, Henri CJ, Takahashi AM, Munger P, Olivier A. 3-D image-guided neurosurgery: Anatomical and vascular correlation. Proceedings of Joint Meeting of Canadian Organization for Medical Physics and Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society, Carlton University, Ottawa, ON, May 12-14, 1993. Medical Physics 1993. 42. *Narayanan S, Peters TM. Image analysis for the assessment of radiosurgery. Proceedings of Joint Meeting of Canadian Organization for Medical Physics and Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society, Carlton University, Ottawa, ON, May 12-14, 1993. Medical Physics 1993. 41. Takahashi A, Peters TM. Measurement of k-space trajectories for rf pulse design. Proceedings of Joint Meeting of Canadian Organization for Medical Physics and Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society, Carlton University, Ottawa, ON, May 12-14, 1993. Medical Physics 1993. 40. Olivier A, Cukiert A, Peters T, Henri C, Collins L, Melançon D. Frameless “stereotaxy” microsurgery for epilepsy. RSNA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, December 1992. Radiology 185(P): 398, November 1992. 39. *Takahashi AM, Peters TM, Henri CJ, Collins DL, Melançon D. Three dimensional acquisition and display of MR angiograms. Scientific Exhibit 11-020, RSNA Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, December 1992. Radiology 185(P): 299, November 1992. 38. *Takahashi A, Pike GB, Peters TM. MRA using magnetization transfer saturation. AAPM/COMP Annual Meeting, Calgary, AB, August 1992. Medical Physics 19: 3 778, 1992. - 38 -
  • 39. Peters, Terry November 2002 37. *Henri C, Peters TM. Adaptive optimization of few-view reconstructions of sparse objects. AAPM/COMP Annual Meeting, Calgary, AB, August 1992. Medical Physics 19: 3 803, 1992. 36. Peters TM. Three dimensions in Medical Imaging. AAPM/COMP Combined Meeting, Calgary, AB, August 1992). Medical Physics 19: 3 862, 1992. (Invited paper) 35. Peters TM. Applications of 3-D MR imaging in Neurosurgery Neuroscience. SMRI Annual Meeting, Hilton Hotel, New York, NY, May 1992. J Mag Res Imaging 2P: 19, 1992. (Invited paper) 34. Peters TM, Henri C, Ethier R, Tampieri D, Fitchett D, Sklebitz H. Clinical Radiological Stereoscopic Imaging. Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, December 4, 1991. Radiology 181(P), Abstract 841, 1991. 33. *Henri CJ, Peters TM. Few-view vascular reconstruction. Consistency and connectivity constraints. Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, December 4, 1991, Radiology 181(P): 235, 1991. 32. Evans A, Peters TM, Collins L, Henri C, Marrett S, Pike B, Dai W. 3-D correlative imaging and segmentation of cerebral anatomy, function and vasculature. Annual International Conference of IEEE. Engineering in Medicine and Biology 12: 1297-1298, 1990. 31. Michel RP, Zwickler MP, Bates JHT, Peters TM. The effect of pulmonary fibrosis on the distribution of edema: CT scanning and morphology. Am Rev Respir Diseases 141: 4, Part 2, 1990. 30. Peters TM, Henri CJ, Olivier A, Lemieux L. Experience with a computerized stereoscopic workstation for neurosurgical planning. Proceedngs of the First Conference on Visualisation in Biomedical Computing, IEEE, Atlanta, GA, May, 1990. 29. *Henri CJ, Peters TM. Evaluation of perceived distortions in Stereoscopic Images. First Conference on Visualisation in Biomedical Computing, IEEE, Atlanta, GA, May , 1990. 28. *Pike GB, Collins L, Peters TM. Inflow based three-dimensional MR angiography. Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting 1989, Chicago, IL. Radiology 173(P): 47. December 5, 1989. 27. Nicolle D, Peters T, Henri C. Three-dimensional and stereo imaging. Canadian J Ophthalmoplogy 24: 93, 1989. 26. *Collins L, Peters T, Marrett S, Henri C, Evans A. Integration of Stereoscopic Angiograhy with Volume-rendered 3-dimensional CT and MR images. RSNA Works in Progress, Chicago, IL, December 6, 1988. 25. Marrett S, Evans A, Collins L, Peters T. 3-Dimensional correlation of PET and MRI Volumes. RSNA Works in Progress, Chicago, IL. Radiology 169(P): 369, 1988. - 39 -
  • 40. Peters, Terry November 2002 24. Peters TM, Clark JA, Pike GB. A PC-based Work station for the Planning of Stereotactic Neurosurgery. Medical Physics 15:4. Paper MP34-41, World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, San Antonio, TX, August 1988. 23. Peters TM, Drangova M, Pike B, Olivier A, Ethier R. The Applicability of MRI for Stereotactic NeuroSurgical Planning. Proceedings of the 6th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York City, NY, August 17-21, 1987: p 623. 22. Peters TM, Drangova M, Pike B. The Geometrical Linearity of MR images and its relevance to Stereotactic Surgical Planning. AAPM Annual Meeting, Detroit, MI, July 19-23, 1987. Poster Session 15. Medical Physics 14: 467, 1987. 21. Feindel W, Clark J, Tyler JL, Pappius H, Peters TM, Diksik M, Ethier R, Melançon D. Metabolic Tissue and Fluid correlates in post-surgical cerebral edema studied by MRI/PET. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Works in Progress, Montreal, QC, August, 1986: pp 221-222 20. *Khayat M, Peters TM. An analytical formulation of flow effects in MRI. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Works in Progress, Montreal, QC, August, 1986: pp 23-24. 19. Peters TM, Marchand E, Olivier A, Villemure JG. Correlation of MRI with DSA and Ventriculography in Stereotaxic Localization. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Works in Progress, Montreal, QC, August, 1986: pp 828-829. 18. *Strother SC, Tyler JL, Peters TM, Thompson CJ, Evans A, Diksic M, Meyer E, Yamamoto YL, Feindel W. An inter-centre comparison of region of interest and resolution effects for normal F-18 FDG studies with PET. J Cereb Blood Flow and Metab 5, Suppl 1986: S607-608. 17. Olivier A, Marchand E, Ethier R, Melançon D, Peters TM. A proposed anatomical methodology for MR scanning (Based on the corpus calloum). Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Works in Progress, Montreal, QC, August, 1986: pp 807-808. 16. Olivier A, Marchand E, Peters TM, Clark J, Mawko G, Tyler J. DSA Images. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Works in Progress, Montreal, QC, August, 1986: 805-808. 15. Berkovic S, Ethier R, Olivier A, Anderman F, Feindel W, Peters TM, Melançon D. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Normal Hippocampus I: Normal Anatomy. Epilepsia 27: 611-612, 1986. 14. *Strother SC, Peters TM, Thompson CJ. Effects of increasing PET scanner resolution on neurological data variability. Soc Nucl Medicine 33rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Poster session, June 22-25, 1986. - 40 -
  • 41. Peters, Terry November 2002 13 *Mawko GM, Peters TM. Iterative 3-D reconstruction of Vascular images from a few views: Phantom study results. Proc Int Workshop on Physics and Engineering of Computerized Multidimensional Imaging and Processing, Newport Beach, CA, April 2-4, 1986. 12. Olivier A, Peters TM, Bertrand G. Stereotaxic system and apparatus for use with MRI, CT and DSA. Proc Int Soc Stereotaxic and Functional Neurosurgery, Toronto, ON. Applied Neurophysiology 48: 94-96, 1986. 11. Peters TM, Clark JA, Olivier A, Mawko G, Dieumegarde M, Ethier R. Integrated stereotaxic imaging with CT, MR and DSA. 71st Scientific Assembly of Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL, Dec 5, 1985. Radiology 157(P): 281, 1985. 10. *Mawko G, Peters TM, Bates JHT. Iterative 3-D reconstruction of vascular images from few views. AAPM Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, August 1985. 9. Peters TM, Clark JA, Olivier A, Lebrun F, Ethier R, van der Veeken M. Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Stereotaxic Surgery. Fourth Annual Meeting, Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, London, UK, August 19-23, 1985. 8. Olivier A, Peters TM, Bertrand G. New Stereotaxic instrument for use with CT, DSA and MRI. Canadian J Neurology Sci. May, 1984: p 336. 7. Olivier A, Peters TM, Clark JC, Mawko G, Winfield J. Le role de l'angiographie digitale en stéréotaxie. Société de Neurochirurgie de Langue Francaise, Paris, France, décembre, 1984. 6. Peters TM, Clark JA, Mawko G, Ethier R, Olivier A, van der Veeken M, van der Meulen P. Direct generation of stereo pairs in magnetic resonance imaging. Poster Session P 149, 3rd Annual Scientific Meeting, The Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, NY, August 13-17, 1984. 5. Peters TM. Image Filtration in C.T. to aid quantitative analysis. 3rd Internal Conference on Bone Mineral and Soft Tissue densitometry, Banff, AB, October, 1982. J Comp Assist Tomography 7(3): 562, June 1983. 4. Peters TM. A whole-body computerized tomograph for radiation treatment planning. New Zealand MPA Annual Conference, Auckland, NZ, February, 1976. New Zealand Medical Physics and Bioengineering 3(2): 1976. 3. Rogers TGH, Peters TM, Tait JJ. Interactive treatment planning at Christchurch Hospital, New Zealand. New Zealand MPA Annual Conference, Auckland, New Zealnd, February, 1976. New Zealand Medical Physics and Bioengineering 3(1): 1976. 2. Peters TM. Three-dimensional radiographic image reconstruction. New Zealand Medical Physics & Bioengineering 1:(3), 1974. - 41 -
  • 42. Peters, Terry November 2002 1. Peters TM. Improvements to transverse body-section radiography using computer processing. Proceedngs of 5th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-5), January 12-14, 1972: pp 238-240. Technical Articles 2. Peters TM, Williams JC: “Dispelling the mysteries of K-space”. Fieldstrength, Philips Medical Systems: September 1995. 1. Peters TM: “Principles of stereotactic imaging.” In “On Target”, GE Scientific Publication: July 1988. Invited Presentations Outside University 132. Thirty years of Medical Imaging. The John Strong Lecture, Keynote, Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine (EPSM 20002) Rotorua, NZ, Nov 11-14, 2002. 131. Image-guided minimally-invasive procedures. Current status and future challenges. Keynote presentation, Medical Image Computing and computer-assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2002) Tokyo, Japan, Sept 24-27, 2002. 130. CT Image Reconstruction. Continuing education session, Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine (EPSM 2002), Rotorua, NZ, Nov 11-24, 2002. 129. CT Image Reconstruction. Workshop on CT, AAPM Annual Meeting, Palais des Congrès, Montréal QC, July 11-18, 2002, 2002. 128. Thirty years of computerized neuroimaging. Keynote Address, the Canadian Congress of Clinical Neurosciences, Vancouver BC, June 21, 2002. 128. Image-guided Surgery at the Robarts. Stroke Unit Seminar, Foothills Hospital, Calgary AB, June 20, 2002. 127. Image-guidance for minimally-invasive surgery and therapy. (In) Engineering the future of surgery. Workshop, Columbia University, NY, April 21, 2002. 126. Image-guidance for robotically-assisted cardiac surgery. IEEE London Chapter, London Public Library, Oct 23, 2001. - 42 -
  • 43. Peters, Terry November 2002 125. Image-guidance and Robotic Surgery of the Beating Heart. Victorian Branch, ACPSEM, Melbourne, Australia, Oct 7, 2001. 124. Image-guided Surgery: Towards Non-invasive procedures. Grand Rounds, Peter MacCallum Institute, Melbourne Australia, Oct 7 2001. 123. Integrated MR and Ultrasound in Neurosurgery. Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine 2001. Perth Australia, Oct 3, 2001. 122. Image-guided Surgery: Towards Non-invasive procedures. Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine 2001. Perth Australia, Oct 3, 2001. 121. Virtual reality for robotic surgery of the beating heart. Keynote/Plenary presentation, Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine 2001. Perth Australia, Oct 1, 2001. 120. Computer Modeling for image-guided cardiac surgery, Dept of Engineering Science, Auckland University, Auckland, NZ, Wednesday Sept, 19th 2001. 119. Guidance of deep brain neurosurgery using an electrophysiology database Neurology & Neurosurgery Clinical Seminar, Christchurch Hospital Wednesday 26 Sept, 2001 118. Image-guidance for robotically assisted cardiac surgery, Medical Physics & Bioengineering Seminar, Christchurch Hospital, Christchurch, NZ, Tuesday 25 Sept 2001. 117. Image-guided Surgery and Therapy: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Great Lakes Biomedical Conference Racine Wis., April 6, 2001 116. Quality Assurance Issues in Image-guided Surgery and Therapy Great Lakes Biomedical Conference Racine Wis., April 6, 2001 115. “Image-guided Surgery and Therapy: Current Status and Future Directions”, Proc SPIE 4319 Medical Imaging 2001, Keynote Address to Visualization, Display and Image- guided Procedures Conference: San Diego, CA, Feb 25-29, 2001. 114. “Advances and Current Challenges in Imaging Physics”, In The Image-Based Treatment Process Practical Methods for Clinical Medical Physicists ACMP Workshop: Whistler Resort, BC, May16-17, 2000. 113. “Medical Physicist Responsibility in Imaging: Quality Assurance”, In The Image-Based Treatment Process Practical Methods for Clinical Medical Physicists ACMP Workshop: Whistler Resort, BC, May16-17, 2000. 112. “The Role of Multi-modality Neuro-Imaging in ALS”, Keynote Address, International ALS Society: Vancouver, BC, November 1999. - 43 -
  • 44. Peters, Terry November 2002 111. “Image-guided Surgery: From X-rays to Virtual Reality”, Fourth International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering: Lisbon, Portugal, October 13-16, 1999. 110. “The Integration of Intra-operative Information with Pre-operative Images for Neurosurgical Guidance”, Guy’s Hospital, King’s College School of Medcine: London, UK, October 12, 1999. 109. “The Integration of Intra-operative Information with Pre-operative Images for Neurosurgical Guidance”, University of Rennes: Rennes, France, September 6, 1999. 108. “The Role of Three-dimensional Imaging in the Operating Room”, part of scientific session Virtual Reality in the Operating Room, IRIS-PRECARN Annual Meeting: Toronto, ON, June 7-9, 1999. 107. “Image Guidance in Neurosurgery”, University of Oxford, The Radcliffe Infirmary: Oxford, UK, November 16, 1998. 106. “Image Guidance for Neurosurgical Procedures”, Keynote Lecture, International Conference on Medical Physics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences: New Delhi, India, November 6-9, 1998. 105. “The Use of 3-D Imagery in Surgery”, University Rounds, Department of Surgery, University of Toronto: Toronto, ON, October 9, 1998. 104. “Multi-modality Three-dimensional Imaging of the Brain”, The Alan C Burton Lecture, Department of Medical Biophysics, The University of Western Ontario: London, ON, February 20, 1997. 103. “3-D Imaging: Surgical Applications”, part of AAPM Symposium 3-D Imaging in Medicine, AAPM Annual Meeting: Philadelphia, PA, July 22-25, 1996. 102. “3-D Imaging for Neurology, Neurosurgery and Neuroscience”, Grand Rounds, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Auckland Hospital: Auckland, New Zealand, May 30, 1996. 101. “Neuropsychology and Imaging at the Montreal Neurological Institute”, Department of Psychology, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand, May 22, 1996. 100. “A Good Presentation? Why Bother”, workshop on presentation techniques organized in conjunction with Dr B Karlin, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand, May 21, 1996. 99. “Three-dimensional Imaging of the Brain”, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand, May 17, 1996. 98. “Medical Imaging: From Roentgen to Virtual Reality”, Lincoln University: Christchurch, New Zealand, May 16, 1996. - 44 -
  • 45. Peters, Terry November 2002 97. “3-D Imaging for Neurology and Neurosurgery”, Department of Radiology, Dunedin Hospital / University of Otago: Dunedin, New Zealand, May 15, 1996. 96. “The Fourier Transform and MR Imaging”, The Bates Seminar, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand, May 14, 1996. 95. “3-D Imaging of the Brain for Neuroscience and Neurosurgery”, Canterbury Medical and Biological Engineering Society, Christchurch School of Medicine: Christchurch, New Zealand, May 8, 1996. 94. “3-D Imaging Tools for Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Neuro-oncology”, The Peter McCallum Cancer Institute: Melbourne, Australia, May 6, 1996. 93. “Neurological Imaging at the MNI”, The Austin Hospital: Melbourne, Australia, May 2, 1996. 92. “Brain Imaging at the Montreal Neurological Institute”, Neurology Rounds, Christchurch Public Hospital: Christchurch, New Zealand, May 1, 1996. 91. “Introduction to the Physics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, Radiology Residents Teaching Session, Christchurch Hospital: Christchurch, New Zealand, April 29, 1996. 90. “3-D Imaging of the Brain”, Departmental Seminar, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand, April 19, 1996. 89. “100 Years of Imaging in Medicine”, The Royal Society of New Zealand and The Institute of Professoressional Engineers of New Zealand, The School of Engineering, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand, April 3, 1996. 88. “The Future of Three-dimensional Medical Imaging”, Engineering and Physics in Medicine: Queenstown, New Zealand, November 24, 1995. 87. “Stereoscopic Image-guided Surgery”, Aesculap GmbH: Tuttlingen, Germany, August 21, 1995. 86. “Image-guided Neurosurgery Research at the MNI”, Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre, Radiology Rounds: Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 9, 1995. 85. “3-D Medical Imaging: Past, Present and Future”, Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre, Student research Day: Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 8, 1995. 84. “The Future of Medical Imaging: 3D Imaging”, Symposium speaker, CAR-COMP- CAMRT Combined meeting: Palais des Congrès, Montréal, June 5, 1995. 83. “Image-guided Surgery at the MNI”, Tan Tok Seng Hospital: Singapore, May 25, 1995. - 45 -
  • 46. Peters, Terry November 2002 82. “Stereoscopic and Multi-modality Imaging for Neurosurgical Guidance”, Singapore General Hospital: Singapore, May 25, 1995. 81. “3-D Multi-modality Image-guidance for Neurosurgery”, Grand Rounds, Department of Neurosurgery, University of California at Irvine: Irvine, CA, March 1, 1995. 80. “Dispelling the Mysteries of K-space”, Advanced MR Imaging Workshop, The Michener Institute, Workshops on Advanced MRI Techniques: Toronto, ON, February 24, 1995. 79. “EPI - MR Imaging”, Advanced MR Imaging Workshop, The Michener Institute, Workshops on Advanced MRI Techniques: Toronto, ON, February 24, 1995. 78. “Multi-modality Image Guidance for Neurosurgery”, Hospital das Clinicas: Saõ Paulo, Brazil, August 29, 1994. 77. “Introduction to K-space”, Radiology Residents, Dalhousie University: Halifax, NS, November 27, 1994. 76. “Contrast in MR Imaging”, Radiology Residents, Dalhousie University: Halifax, NS, November 27, 1994. 75. “Three-dimensional Imaging for Neurosurgery”, Radiology, Neurosurgery and Physics Department, Dalhousie University: Halifax, NS, November 28, 1994. 74. “Neurosurgery with MR Image Guidance”, Philips Medical Systems, Japan: Tokyo and Osaka, Japan, July 8-12, 1994. 73. “Functional MR Imaging”, Philips Medical Systems, Japan: Tokyo and Osaka, Japan, July 8-12, 1994. 72. “Understanding K-space”, 6th Annual Meeting of Canadian MR Technologists: Montreal, QC, October 2-3, 1993. 71. “Interactive Image-guided Neurosurgery”, Canadian Society for Neurological Sciences, Annual Meeting: St. John's, NFLD, June 26, 1994. 70. “Cortical Surface Analysis from 3-D MRI Images”, The Cleveland Clinic, part of Symposium on Computer, Surgical and Imaging Techniques in Epilepsy: Cleveland, OH, May 23, 1994. 69. “Computer Visualization Tools in the Operating Room”, The Cleveland Clinic, part of Symposium on Computer, Surgical and Imaging Techniques in Epilepsy: Cleveland, OH, May 23, 1994. 68. “Neuronavigation in the Operating Room”, The Cleveland Clinic, part of Symposium on Computer, Surgical and Imaging Techniques in Epilepsy: Cleveland, OH, May 23, 1994. 67. “Understanding K-space”, Christchurch Hospital, Department of Radiology: Christchurch, New Zealand, April 27, 1994. - 46 -
  • 47. Peters, Terry November 2002 66. “Recent Advances in 3-D Medical Imaging”, The RHT Bates Lecture, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand, April 26, 1994. 65. “Understanding K-space”, Dunedin Hospital and Otago Medical School, Department of Radiology: Dunedin, New Zealand, April 21, 1994. 64. “Image Guidance for Neurosurgery and Radiosurgery”, Dunedin Hospital and Otago Medical School, Department of Radiology: Dunedin, New Zealand, April 18, 1994. 63. “Image Guidance for Neurosurgery”, Medtech Symposium, London Convention Centre, London, ON, November 15-16, 1993. 62. “1st Advanced Imaging Symposium”, Toshiba of Canada, Toshiba Medical Systems Division: Markham, ON, October 22, 1993. 61. “Understanding K-space”, Canadian MRI Technologists Workshop, Montreal Neurological Institute: Montreal, QC, October 3-4, 1993. 60. “Neurological Imaging at the MNI”, Department of Radiology, Brigham and Womens Hospital: Boston, MA, September 3, 1993. 59. “Stereoscopy in Image-guided Neurosurgery”, Stereographics Corporation: San Raphael, CA, May 3, 1993. 58. “The Evolution of Frameless Stereotaxy at the MNI”, ISG Technologies Inc.: Toronto, ON, March 22, 1993. 57. “Frameless Stereotaxy - Technical Aspects”, NATO Workshop on MR Techniques in Epilepsy, The Institute of Neurology: Queen Square, London, UK, October 1-3, 1992. 56. “Three Dimensions in Medical Imaging”, AAPM/CCPM Symposium, AAPM Annual Meeting: Calgary, AB, August, 1992. 55. “Image Segmentation & 3-D Applications”, AAPM Summer School - The Physics of MR Imaging: Banff, AB, August 30 - September 4, 1992. 54. “Magnetic Resonance Angiography”, Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists: Ottawa, ON, June 11, 1992. 53. “Clinical 3-D Neurological Imaging”, Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Conference Imaging Symposium: Sheraton Centre, Toronto, ON, June 10, 1992. 52. “Applications of 3-D MR Imaging in Neurosurgery and Neuroscience”, SMRI Annual Meeting, Hilton Hotel: New York, NY, May, 1992. 51. “Quantitative Neurological Imaging”, MD-PhD Program, University of Toronto: Toronto, ON, January 28, 1992. - 47 -
  • 48. Peters, Terry November 2002 50. “Quantitative Neurological Imaging”, Department of Medical Physics, Reichmann Research Labs, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto: Toronto, ON, January 28, 1992. 49. “Stereoscopic and 3D Imaging in Neurology and Neurosurgery”, Human Factors Research Lab, Industrial Engineering Department, University of Toronto: Toronto, ON, January 27, 1992. 48. “Imaging for Stereotactic Neurosurgery”, International Symposium on Medical Physics, organized by the Department of Physics and Mathematics of the University of Neuva Leon: Monterrey, Mexico, November 21-23, 1991. 47. “Recent Advances in 3-D Medical Imaging”, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand, July 11, 1991. 46. “Three-dimensional Correlation of Anatomy, Vasculature and Function”, IBM Research Labs: Palo Alto, CA, July 2, 1991. 45. “Three-dimensional Imaging of Anatomy and Vasculature for Neurosurgery, General Electric Corporate Research Labs: Schenectady, NY, May 30, 1991. 44. MR Angiography and Other 3-D Neuroimaging Techniques”, Association des Neuroloques du Québec, Réunion Annuel : Montebello, PQ September 22, 1990. 43. MR Imaging and Its Applications in Stereotactic Neuro- and Radiosurgery”, Icelandic Association of Radiologists, Community Hospital of Reykjavik: Reykjavik, Iceland, May 3, 1990. 42. “MRI for Anatomical and Vascular Imaging”, National Hospital of Iceland: Iceland, May 4, 1990. 41. “Three-dimensional Visualization of Medical Images from Multiple Modalities”, University of Iceland: Reykjavik, Iceland, May 2, 1990. 40. “Neuro-imaging Research at the Montreal Neurological Institute”, Princess Margaret Hospital: Toronto, ON, March, 1990. 39. “Three-dimensional Cerebral Angiography with MRI”, Manitoba Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation: Winnipeg, MN, March 1990. 38. “Three-dimensional Visualization of Medical Images from Multiple Modalities”, Manitoba Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation: Winnipeg, MN, March, 1990. 37. “Three-dimensional and Stereoscopic Imaging in Medicine”, Toshiba Corporation: Tokyo, Japan, October, 1989. - 48 -
  • 49. Peters, Terry November 2002 Lecture Tour: Australia - New Zealand, August - September 198, sponsored by the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine. The following three presentations were delivered at the following institutions during the tour:  Royal Alexander Hospital, Royal Brisbane Hospital: Brisbane, Australia;  Royal Prince Henry Hospital, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Royal North Shore Hospital: Sydney, Australia;  Austin Hospital: Melbourne, Australia;  Royal Adelaide Hospital: Adelaide, Australia;  Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Royal Perth Hospital: Perth, Australia;  Auckland Hospital: Auckland, New Zealand;  Wellington Hospital: Wellington, New Zealand;  Waikato Hospital: Hamilton, New Zealand;  Christchurch Hospital: Christchurch, New Zealand;  Dunedin Hospital: Dunedin, New Zealand;  Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine, Annual Meeting, Waikato University: Hamilton, New Zealand. 36. “Three-dimensional Cerebral Angiography with MRI”. 35. “An Economical PC-based Workstation for the Planning of Stereotactic Neurosurgery”. 34. “Three-dimensional Visualization of Medical Images from Multiple Modalities”. 33. “Three-dimensional Anatomical/Physiological Image Correlation Using a Volume-of- Interest Atlas”, Lowenthal Lecture, Australasian Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting: Christchurch, New Zealand, August 21, 1989. 32. “MR Vascular Imaging”, Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine, CCPM Educational Symposium, Advances in Vascular Imaging: London, ON, June 23, 1989. 31. “Multi-modality 3-dimensional Imaging”, Terry Fox Workshop on Imaging in Cancer: Vancouver, BC, October 19-21, 1988. 30. “Integrated Multi-modality Stereotactic Surgery Planning”, University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center: Los Angeles, CA, June 21, 1988. 29. “Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, Montreal Chapter, IEEE: Montreal, QC, March 24, 1988. 28. “Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy in Medicine”, Optics '87, Optical Society of America Annual Meeting: Rochester, NY, October 18-23, 1987. 27. “Integrated Stereotactic Neurosurgical Planning Using CT, MRI and DSA”, Department of Radiology, University of Utah: Salt Lake City, UT, June 25, 1987. 26. “Stereotactic Surgical Planning with Multiple Modalities”, Department of Radiology, and Optical Sciences Centre. University of Arizona: Tucson, AZ, April 20, 1987. - 49 -
  • 50. Peters, Terry November 2002 25. “Recent Advances in Medical Imaging”, King Edward VII Hospital: Bermuda, April 2, 1987. 24. “Imagerie Médicale avec Haute Technologie: Résonance Magnétique Nucleaire ”, 12e Congrès de la Biologie Médicale, Auberge des Gouverneurs : Trois-Rivieres, QC, March 29, 1987. 23. “Stereotactic Imaging with MRI, DSA and CT”, Victoria Hospital, London, ON, February 3, 1987. 22. “MRI in Medicine”, Ontario Society for Electroencephalographic Technologists in conjunction with XXI CCNS, part of Focus on Technology Symposium: London, ON, June 25, 1986. 21. “Some Recent Developments in Medical Imaging”, Research Seminar Series, School of Engineering, University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand, March 17, 1986. 20. “Experience with MRI After One Year of Operation”, Department of Radiology, Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Auckland Hospital: Auckland, New Zealand, March 14, 1986. 19. “Stereotaxic Surgery Planning with MRI”, Philips MR Users Meeting: Florence, Italy, March 5-6, 1986. 18. “Computers and Medical Imaging”, Association for Systems Management, Mount Steven Club: Montreal, QC, April 10, 1986. 17. “Recent Developments: Magnetic Resonance and Other Imaging Modalities”, Faculty of Medicine Lecture, University of Otago: Dunedin, New Zealand, March 25, 1986. 16. “Experience with Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, Medical and Biological Engineering Society of Canterbury, Christchurch School of Medicine: Christchurch, New Zealand, March 18, 1986. 15. “The Future of Digital Imaging in Medicine”, Postgraduate and Continuing Education Programme, Waikato Hospital: Hamilton, New Zealand, March 13 1986. 14. “Physical Facilities for PET and MRI at the Montreal Neurological Institute”, Workshop on PET/NMR: Facility Design Considerations, University of Alberta: Edmonton, AB, December 5-6, 1985. 13. “The Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, Canadian Medical Physics tour of China presentation made to Guangzhou Medical College, Shanghai Medical College, Beijing Neurological Institute, and Harbin School of Medicine: China, May 1985. 12. “Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, Ottawa Health Sciences Centre: Ottawa, ON, February, 1984. - 50 -
  • 51. Peters, Terry November 2002 11. “An Overview of NMR Image Reconstruction Principles”, SNM Workshop on the Technology of NMR: Orlando, FL, February, 1984. 10. “Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine”, presented for Philips Medical Systems (NZ) at Auckland, Christchurch, and Dunedin Hospitals: New Zealand, February, 1984. 9. “NMR Imaging in Neurological Diagnosis”, Department of Psychiatry, University of Calgary Health Sciences Center: Calgary, AB, April, 1983. 8. “NMR Imaging - Current Status and Future Prospects”, presented to combined meeting of the Department of Medical Physics, Christchurch Hospital; Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Canterbury; and the Canterbury Medical and Biological Engineering Society: Christchurch, New Zealand, December, 1982. 7. “Image Filtration in CT to Aid Quantitative Analyses”, 3rd International Conference on Bone Mineral & Soft Tissue Densitometry”: Banff, AB, October, 1982. 6. “The Principles of NMR Imaging”, Ontario Radiology Technologists Annual Meeting: Kingston, ON, May 25, 1982. 5. “The Principles of Digital Radiography”, Ontario Radiology Technologists Annual Meeting: Kingston, ON, 25, May 1982. 4. “Basic Principles of NMR Imaging”, Kelsey Institute of Applied Sciences: Saskatoon, SK, April 15, 1982. 3. “CT Scanning - Present and Future, and Image Reconstruction from Projections”, Cross Cancer Institute, University of Alberta: Edmonton, AB, April 1982. 2. “The Development of a Low Cost CT Scanner for Radiotherapy”, Optical Sciences Centre: University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ, July, 1980. 1. “Planning and Improvements to CT Imaging Via Aperture Function Restoration”, University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ, July, 1980. Inside University 20 Image-guided Surgery and Therapy. Biomedical Engineering Program, University of Western Ontario, Oct 31, 2002. 19 Image-guided Surgery and Therapy Research at the Robarts Research Institute. Dept of Computer science UWO, Dec 8, 2000. 18. Image-guided surgery. Current and Future Perspectives. Radiology Rounds, The University of Western Ontario, Nov 28, 1997 17. MRI - What it is, how it works, what it does. McGill Orthopedic Residents seminar series, January11, 1996. - 51 -
  • 52. Peters, Terry November 2002 16. 3-D medical imaging - past, present and future. Medical Physics - Biomedical Engineering Seminar, Nov 17 1995. 15. Stereoscopy; Medical applications. MNI Noon seminar series, May 2, 1995 14. Principles and Practice of Neurological Imaging. Physical and Occupational Therapy Department. 2:30-4:30, February 15, 1995 13. Advances in 3-D Medical Imaging. IEEE Students Society Lecture, March 16, 1995 12. Functional MRI. Montreal Neurological Institute.; Brain Imaging Centre Seminar, December 7, 1992 11. 3-dimensional imaging in the NeuroImaging Laboratory.Montreal Neurological Institute. Neurology Rounds, January 11, 1991 10. Three-dimensional Neurological Imaging. Montreal Neurological Institute.; Noon conference, September 24, 1990 9. Three Dimensional Imaging for Neurosurgical Planning.Montreal Neurological Institute. Neurosurgery rounds, October 1989 8. Safety Aspects of Magnetic Resonance Imaging.Part of safety week at the Montreal Neurological Institute, November 3-7 1986 7. Workshop in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. - November 2, 1985 Montreal Neurological Institute. Full day session on physics, operational, clinical aspects and spectroscopy. Organized by T.M.P. 150 participants from Quebec, Ontario, U.S.A., November 1985 6. Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Neurology. McGill University. Department of Physical and Occupational Therapy, October 1985 5. Magnetic Resonance Imaging. A Revolution in Medical Diagnosis. McGill University, Department of Physiology. Neuroscience Research Seminars, February 1985 4. Physics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. McGill University Physics Department Seminars, November 1985 3. Digital Subtraction Angiography in the Detection and Treatment of Vascular Disease. McGill University, Department of Pathology. Part of 4th year medical student Basic Science Option. “Atherosclerosis, Thrombosis and their complications”, May 1984 2. Principles and Potential of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. McGill University, Anatomy Department, April 1984 1. NMR Imaging in Medicine. Montreal NMR Society McGill University, Chemistry Department, February 1984. - 52 -