Robert Harrigan graduated with a bachelors of science (2011) in Imaging Science from The Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. During his time at RIT he worked in the Biomedical and Materials Imaging Lab. He also interned in the remote sensing field for Integrity Applications Inc. and Goodrich Corp. He obtained his Master's of Business Administration in 2013 from The University of Tennessee at Martin. He is now a PhD student in the electrical engineering program at Vanderbilt University under the supervision of Dr. Seth Smith and Dr. Bennett Landman. His research focuses on optic nerve segmentation through improved image acquisition in conjunction with improved processing techniques.
Effects of b-value and number of gradient directions on diffusion MRI measures obtained with Q-ball imaging
Structural-functional relationships between eye orbital imaging biomarkers and clinical visual assessments
Short term reproducibility of a high contrast 3-D isotropic optic nerve imaging sequence in healthy controls
Structural functional associations of the orbit in thyroid eye disease: Kalman filters to track extraocular rectal muscles
Constructing a statistical atlas of the radii of the optic nerve and cerebrospinal fluid sheath in young healthy adults