Principal Investigator: Dr. Shirin Abbasinejad Enger
From left to right: Ximeng Mao (MSc Candidate), Gabriel Famulari (PhD Candidate), Liam Carroll (MSc Candidate), Julien Mégrourèche (MSc Candidate), Shirin A. Enger (Principal Investigator), Samuel Thibodeau (BSc Candidate), Peter Kim (BSc), Mira El-Irani (BSc Candidate), Joseph DeCunha (BSc), Tristan Shoemaker (BSc Candidate), Yuji Kamio (PhD Candidate). Missing: Marc Morcos (PhD Candidate)
The overall goal of the research in my lab is to enable patient-specific radiotherapy delivery. We are introducing new delivery systems and radiation sources for brachytherapy treatments, developing fast model-based dose calculation and treatment planning software for research and clinical use, investigating the difference in radiobiological effectiveness between different radiation modalities, and developing new detectors for use in quality assurance of radiotherapy treatments and imaging. Our aim is to reduce the side effects related to radiotherapy and improve outcomes, with a better quality of life for patients.
There are currently four main research lines in my lab listed in the left menu bar with the detailed recent peer reviewed publications and presentations by group members.
If you find the listed research projects interesting or have questions regarding our research, please do not hesitate to contact us.
PubMed search of publications by Professor Enger (link)
Google Scholar profile for Professor Enger (link)