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MPCU Hosts LaTeX Workshop!

LaTeX typesetting workshop hosted by the Med Physics Course Union

The Medical Physics Course Union (MPCU) hosted an excellent workshop this week in order to teach undergrads (and some grad students) the finer points of the LaTeX typesetting system. LaTeX is one of the premier tools for authoring scientific papers and posters, so it's a really valuable skill set to learn and use as an undergraduate student. Looking forward to seeing the results next April during Fourth Year Thesis Poster Presentations!

Big thanks to Daniel C for running the event!

Biomedical Physics Seminar - October 29

TITLE: SIMULATION OF A NOVEL HIGH QUANTUM EFFICIENCY SCINTILLATING FIBRE DETECTOR WITH ANTI-SCATTER PROPERTIES FOR MEGAVOLTAGE X-RAY IMAGING
Student: James Day
Supervisors: Dr. Geordi Pang & Dr. Yuan Xu

TITLE: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A DUAL-MODAL CONTRAST AGENT TO TRACK LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE FROM THE EYE IN VIVO
Student: Kirsten Cardinell
Supervisors: Dr. Yeni Yucel & Dr. Carl Kumaradas

In the News... Ultrasound device to improve pain management for osteoarthritis patients

Dr. Jahan Tavakkoli's work featured in Innovation Issue 30 newsletter:

"By packaging the therapeutic value of ultrasound into a small handheld device, medical physics professor Jahan Tavakkoli is developing a tool that could be used to treat osteoarthritis at home.

Colloquium - Applications of Time-Resolved NIRS to Neuromonitoring of Adult Critical-Care Patients

Presenter: Sergio Fantini
Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tufts University
Member of the College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE)

"Coherent hemodynamics spectroscopy for non-invasive optical assessment of brain perfusion"

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