Haley is a PhD candidate in the Department of Biological and Biomedical Engineering at McGill University and a member of the Kildea lab’s Radiation Oncology Knowledge Sharing (ROKS) team. Her work is currently focused on developing a methodology to calculate accumulated rectal doses for prostate radiotherapy patients to facilitate better characterization of the dose-outcome relationship for rectal toxicities.
In addition to her main research focus, Haley has completed several other projects centered around clinical quality assurance and big data aggregation. These include: (i) development of a novel methodology to detect interobserver contouring variations in clinical practice, (ii) the creation of a dose-volume histogram registry for big data studies, and (iii) an investigation of how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted radiotherapy staff and patients.
PhD in Biological and Biomedical Engineering, 2018-present
MSc in Medical Physics, 2018
BSc in Biophysics, 2016
University of British Columbia