CancerCare Manitoba
 
 
 
Research Activities


 
Research Activities
Room ON 0116D
675 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3E 0V9
tel 204-787-2211
fax 204-786-0644
e-mail:
graduate@cancercare.mb.ca

Medical Physics Academic Program Director:
Stephen Pistorius, Ph.D., P.Phys.

Administrative Assistant:
Alana Dahlin
204-787-2211

Faculty: (in alphabetical order)
Jorge Alpuche, Ph.D., MCCPM
204-787-4963

Jeff Bews, Ph.D., FCCPM
204-787-1804

Idris Elbakri, Ph.D., MCCPM
204-787-2856

Ingvar Fife, Ph.D.
204-787-2213

Harry Ingleby, Ph.D., MCCPM
204-787-2126

Boyd McCurdy, Ph.D., FCCPM
204-787-1966

Stephen Pistorius, Ph.D., P. Phys.
204-787-4134

Daniel Rickey, Ph.D., MCCPM
204-787-1764

Ryan Rivest, Ph.D., MCCPM
204-787-2297

Lawrence Ryner, Ph.D.
204-787-8537

Eric VanUytven, Ph.D., MCCPM
204-787-4445

Sankaranarayanan Venkataraman, Ph.D., MCCPM
204-787-1862



The integration of Radiotherapy, Imaging and Health Physics within the CCMB Division of Medical Physics, ably supported by our well-equipped Nuclear Electronics and Medical Devices Services, enables Medical Physics researchers to tackle some unique multi-disciplinary research projects. Research activities within the Division focus on developing the theory, understanding, tools, equipment and the techniques that will better enable us to provide high quality cost effective health care. Our interests include basic and applied research, as well as the design, development and evaluation of clinical equipment.

The program is supported by a small but dedicated group of computer specialists, and we have access to state of the art imaging and radiotherapy equipment at CancerCare Manitoba and in the associated teaching hospitals as well as computing resources both at CCMB and through the University of Manitoba.

The research interests and expertise within the Division include:

Click on any of these links to obtain more information on the research program and the researchers involved.