Advanced Materials and Technologies for Medical Imaging Detectors and Techniques

The proposed Mitacs program will provide internships for six graduate (thesis-based MSc and PhD) students, and two Post-Doctoral Fellows (PDFs) in a competitive R&D environment at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute (TBRHRI) – Canada’s newest health research institute. Interns will be involved in research projects which aim to develop and commercialize the next generation of customized detectors to improve medical imaging applications, which are chosen on the basis of the demands of the healthcare system and commercial opportunities developed in the TBRHRI. In particular, interns will be working on novel imaging detector materials and technologies which will provide improvements in performance (superior image quality and diagnostic capabilities) for many clinical procedures including anatomical and functional diagnostic imaging as well as for image guided radiotherapy. 

Alam Khan
Oleksii Semeniuk
Robert Girardin
Oleksandr Grynko
Harutyun Poladyan
Pavlo Karasiuk
Yurii Shepelytskyi
Oleksandr Bubon
Faculty Supervisor: 
Alla Reznik
Ananth Ravi
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