Jonathan Chainey received his medical degree from the University of Montreal,Québec in 2015. He then moved to Edmonton to undertake his residency training in neurosurgery at University of Alberta. He is currently in his 4th year of postgraduate study and completing a MSc in surgery with specialization in Surgical Education in the Surgical Simulation Research Lab (SSRL). His research focus on examining surgeon's eye-hand coordination during microneurosurgery.
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.
Wenjing obtained her Master degree in general surgery from Shantou University in 2014. She is currently completing her PhD in Experimental Surgery at SSRL. Her research interest is team cognition assessment and training. Her researches focus on applying dual eye-tracking for the measurement of team cognition and training in laparoscopic surgery and endoscopy.
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I have been in the SSRL family since 2016. I started as a Research Assistant working on eye tracking and simulation. Now, I am a first year Master's student in Surgical Education. I continue working on eye tracking but adding Augmented Reality