Mark Draelos
Applications:
Computer Science, Engineering, Healthcare Research
Methodologies:
Computer Vision, Data Visualization, Image Data, Machine Learning, Optimization

Mark Draelos

Assistant Professor

Robotics

Assistant Professor of Robotics, College of Engineering and Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School

My work focuses on image-guided medical robots with an emphasis on clinical translation. My interests include medical robotics, biomedical imaging, data visualization, medical device development, and real-time algorithms.

A major ongoing project is the development of robotic system for automated eye examination. This system relies on machine learning models for tracking and eventually for interpretation of collected data. Other projects concern the live creation of virtual reality scenes from volumetric imaging modalities like optical coherence tomography and efficient acquisition strategies for such purposes.