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Improving human health

MSc/PhD Programs in Biomedical Physics
CAMPEP accredited option

BSc Program in Medical Physics

"It's always seemed like a big mystery how nature, seemingly so effortlessly, manages to produce so much that seems to us so complex."

- Stephen Wolfram


Friday, November 1, 2019 - 14:00

Join Faculty and current Graduate Students to learn about our Biomedical...

Monday, October 21, 2019 - 12:00

TITLE: Investigating neutron activated contrast agent imaging for tumor...

Monday, October 21, 2019 - 13:00

Reference dosimetry in modern radiotherapy


In the News

Ryerson's Faculty of Science and Tree of Knowledge International's Nanotechnology Research Project Expands to Include the Development of Targeted Treatments for Cancer Tumours
Posted Thu, Oct 3rd

Ryerson University's Faculty of Science and Tree of Knowledge International Corp (TOKI) are pleased to announce that they are expanding their current research project to develop a new nanotechnology-enhanced delivery method for medical cannabis and cannabinoid molecules. Added to the initial goal of creating targeted treatments for pain conditions is a pioneering application to combat cancerous tumours.

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Dr. Jahan Tavakkoli and Dr. Kevin Rod, project leads, meeting in the St.Michael's Hospital iBEST research lab.
Back to School!
Posted Fri, Sep 6th

The Fall semester of 2019 begins. We had a great day Thursday welcoming our newest graduate students into the department and catching up with colleagues after a busy summer.

2018-19 Medical Physics Fourth Year Thesis Poster Presentation
Posted Fri, May 3rd

On Friday, April 26th, students from PCS 40A/B gathered for a poster session to present their 4th-year medical physics thesis research projects.

NSERC USRA Opportunity - Spatial Inter-relationship Mapping using Computed Tomography in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Posted Tue, Jan 22nd

Quantitative computed tomography (CT) imaging in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients provides measurements of the underlying disease features, small airway disease and emphysema,