Now semi-retired, I remain involved with research in medical physics and imaging. My main project is a new treatment for prostate cancer using ultrasound heating under MRI temperature control. I have been developing this technology for over fifteen years and it has now entered clinical studies. A Toronto-based startup company is attempting to guide it through regulatory approval and Philips Healthcare is also preparing it for full clinical trials.
Friendly advice happily provided to Trinity students on careers in medical physics or biomedical engineering. Other interests include windsurfing, birdwatching and motorcyles.