Ottawa Medical Physics Institute
The Ottawa Medical Physics Institute (OMPI) is the dynamic network of medical physicists in Canada's capital region. It is a Carleton University Research Centre.
In Ottawa, graduate studies in medical physics are offered at the MSc and PhD level, with specializations in imaging, therapy, and biophysics. Medical physics studies comprise one component of the graduate program of the Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Physics, which combines the resources of the Physics Departments at Carleton University and the University of Ottawa. The medical physics program is focused at Carleton University.
Prospective students: Information is available here.
Congratulations to Harry Allen on the successful defence of his PhD thesis, "Development and Application of a Multimodal Coherent Raman Scattering Microscope”.
Congratulations to Quinn de Bourbon on the successful defence of her MSc thesis “Uncovering the limits of detection of Artificial Intelligence using synthetic lesions in Positron Emission Tomography".
Congratulations to Ecem Cevik on the successful defence of her MSc thesis 'Demonstration of a Cruciform Gamma-Ray Direction-Finder with both self-shielding and Compton imaging modes'.