About the Project
The group of Professor Helfield, situated within both the Department of Physics and Biology, works on the development of an image-guided, targeted drug/gene delivery platform using biomedical ultrasound for the treatment of cardiovascular disease and cancer. This involves using focused ultrasound and acoustically-sensitive agents to spatially and temporally target therapeutic delivery to regions of disease.
Concordia Department of Physics is a growing department in a university with rapidly increasing rating. We offer research-based M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs. Our faculty members conduct research in the areas of Condensed Matter Physics (theoretical and experimental), Molecular Biophysics, Medical Physics / Imaging, Photonics, Theoretical High Energy Physics, Computational Physics and Physics Education.
Please contact Dr. Brandon Helfield ([Email Address Removed]) or Professor Valter Zazubovits, Graduate Program Director ([Email Address Removed]) for more information.
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