Eric is a graduate of the University of Alberta medical school and is enrolled in the Clinician Investigator Program as a resident in plastic surgery. His current research interest involve training and education in microsurgery. Along with his involvement with the surgical simulation research lab, he is enrolled in the faculty of educational psychology's measurement, evaluation and cognition program.
I completed PhD at Surgical Simulation Research Lab (SSRL) in March, 2019. My thesis research titled "Surgical Team and Team Assessment: Psychomotor Evidence". My research interests are objective assessment of teamwork using eye tracking devices and the application in medical team training. My hobbies include biking, swimming, reading and travelling; I also enjoy spending time with family and friends.
I obtained my M.Sc. degree from Zhejiang University in 1998. My research interest is HCI, Human Factors, and Physiological Computing. My researches focus on measuring mental workload of users under different human-machine interaction settings using psychophysiological responses. The application areas include image-guided surgery, simulation and teleoperation, and keyboard design.