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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.

Fourth year thesis poster presentation event - group shot of student participants.
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,

NSERC-USRA Opportunity - Quantitative Computed Tomography Imaging of Spatial Heterogeneity in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Posted Tue, Jan 22nd

Computed tomography (CT) provides high resolution images of the underlying structural abnormalities in patients with lung disease.

NSERC-USRA Opportunity - Computational ViroPhysics
Posted Tue, Jan 22nd

In Physics, our understanding of phenomena is expressed in terms of math expressions, e.g. F=ma or E=mc^2, which also allows us to make verifiable predictions beyond experimental observations.

MPCU Hosts LaTeX Workshop!
Posted Tue, Nov 6th

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 ty

LaTeX typesetting workshop hosted by the Med Physics Course Union
CIBC Run for the Cure 2018 - Physics Grad and Undergrad Students Represent!
Posted Mon, Oct 1st

On Sunday, September 30th, Ryerson Physics runners hit the pavement in the CIBC Run for the Cure!

Ryerson Physics runners pose for a photo after fundraising $1800 at the 5km CIBC Run for the Cure.
Posted Thu, Sep 27th

Dr. Tavakkoli brings to our attention a new online course about Focussed Ultrasound. This rapidly advancing field is central to several research groups in Ryerson's Biomedical Physics program.

Making radiation treatment better
Posted Tue, Apr 24th

If you're ever looking for researcher James Gräfe, you would be advised to check his schedule.

Clinical medical physicist James Gräfe works at the Odette Cancer Centre, part of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.