Trey Chernoff

Trey Chernoff

MSc Students

Trey is a master’s student in the Medical Physics Unit at McGill University. His current research involves using natural language processing, radiomics, and machine learning to monitor bone met lesions in radiotherapy patients using daily cone-beam CT images under the supervision of Prof. John Kildea.

He completed his bachelor’s degree with high honours in physics at the University of Regina, where he contributed to the development of a deep neural network model to aid in catheter localization for ultrasound guided high-dose-rate prostate brachytherapy. For his undergraduate thesis, he investigated how synchrotron radiation could be used to search for preserved soft tissue in fossils from the Cretaceous period.

  • Natural language processing
  • Machine learning applications in image analysis
  • Radiation oncology informatics
  • MSc in medical radiation physics, 2023-present

    McGill University, Montreal, QC

  • BSc with high honours in physics and co-op certification, 2018-2023

    University of Regina, Regina, SK