Students joining the DaCosta lab as graduate students under Medical Biophysics at University of Toronto will be trained to address many clinical challenges in human health from developing cancer visualization tools to optimizing new optical tools. Research in our lab is focused on accelerating the bench to bedside pathway and aims to train students in biophysics, optics, medical sciences, technology innovation and commercialization.
Graduate training can fall under one or more of following research topics:
- Health sciences
- Image-guidance of intensity-modulated radiotherapy
- Tumor radiobiology and immunology
If you want more information about the Medical Biophysics Graduate Program, click here.