medical biophysics

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med·i·cal bi·o·phys·ics

biophysics related to diagnosis and therapy.
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Led by University of Toronto Physiology Professor Anthony Gramolini and his collaborator, Professor Thomas Kislinger in the Department of Medical Biophysics, the team used high-throughput methods to identify more than 500 membrane proteins on the surfaces of cardiac contractile cells, which are likely to have a critical role in normal heart function.
This study was a joint effort between researchers across the departments of medical biophysics, chemical engineering, and pharmaceutical sciences," Huynh wrote in an accompanying article for Nature Nanotechnology.
The new quarterly journal covers the entire field of biophysics, including bioinformatics, biophysical methods and instrumentation, macromolecular biophysics, cellular biophysics, medical biophysics, and cell biophysics and organization.
He also served as Professor of Medical Biophysics at the University of Toronto, and holds a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in signal transduction and disease.
Based on his courses in medical biophysics and biological instrumentation, Wood (Life and Social Sciences, Swinburne University of Technology) and his contributors primarily focus on human systems and instrumentation of processes within the human body; though principles addressed also have broader application in understanding plants, bacteria and other animals.
of Medical Imaging and Medical Biophysics, University of Western Ontario, London, ON;
of Toronto, Canada) and Bruce (emeritus, medical biophysics and nutritional sciences, U.
Jayne Danska, senior scientist in Genetics and Genome Biology at SickKids and Professor in the Departments of Immunology and Medical Biophysics at the University of Toronto.
I studied at the University of Dundee for an Honours BSc in Physics, then a PhD in Medical Biophysics.
Professor Odeblad's research began in the early 1950s, but it was not until about 1970 that we became aware of it; after this we developed a close working relationship with him, by visits between Melbourne and Sweden, where he was Professor of Medical Biophysics in the University of Umea.
Burns is a professor in the departments of Medical Biophysics and Radiology at the University of Toronto, and a Senior Scientist, Imaging Research at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center.
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