Dr. Abolmaesumi has gained an international reputation for his outstanding research in the areas of cancer imaging and image-guided interventions. His work in medical image analysis ranges from theory to practice in computer-guided diagnosis and therapy systems. Leading research institutions across the globe make use of his innovations in ultrasound imaging. His contributions have had an international impact on the development of biomedical engineering solutions.
The Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) is a national organization that allows Canada’s most prominent and experienced engineers to provide strategic advice on the nation’s most important matters. Fellows of the CAE are elected by their peers, with the main criterion being their distinguished achievements and their contributions to the engineering discipline. Fellows of the CAE use their expertise to ensure the prosperity and well-being of Canada and its citizens.
Fifty new Fellows and two International Fellows were welcomed by President Yves Beauchamp into the Canadian Academy of Engineering on June 15th, 2020. The ceremony was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in conjunction with the Academy’s 2020 Annual General Meeting. The 2020 Induction Dinner has been postponed and will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia during the 2021 Annual General Meeting.
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