Artificial Cells and Organs Research Centre

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Artificial Cells and Organs Research Centre

Location

Location

Core Courses

Core Courses

The Research Centre provides an opportunity for interdisciplinary research and training in the clinical and laboratory aspects of:

  • artificial cells;
  • blood substitutes;
  • nanobiotechnology;
  • nanomedicine;
  • regenerative medicine;
  • artificial kidney;
  • artificial blood;
  • cell/stem cell therapy;
  • biomaterials;
  • gene therapy;
  • enzyme therapy;
  • drug delivery;
  • hemoperfusion;
  • biotechnology;
  • bioengineering;
  • and others.

More details can be found at www.medicine.mcgill.ca/artcell.

Graduate Courses

Graduate Courses

Graduate courses are offered in Physiology, Experimental Medicine, and Biomedical Engineering; see the Faculty of Science and Faculty of Medicine Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies sections for more information. Electives, summer research, graduate research, and postdoctoral research are offered.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2016-2017 (last updated May. 18, 2016) (disclaimer)

Artificial Cells and Organs Research Centre Faculty

Artificial Cells and Organs Research Centre Faculty

Director
T.M.S. Chang
Professor
S. Prakash
Associate Members
P.E. Barre (Medicine)
R. Cacere (Surgery)
E. Georges (Biotechnology)
C. Hoesil (Chemical Engineering)
M. Levy (Medicine)
M. Kinsella (Bioengineering)
D. Nicolau (Bioengineering)
P. Ponka (Medicine)
D. Shum-Tim (Surgery)
Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2016-2017 (last updated May. 18, 2016) (disclaimer)
Faculty of Medicine—2016-2017 (last updated May. 18, 2016) (disclaimer)