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Medical Physics Summer Student Symposium

The University of Winnipeg and University of Manitoba held the annual Medical Physics Summer Student Symposium via Zoom earlier this month.

The symposium gathers the medical physics summer students scattered around the city (UWinnipeg, UManitoba Bannatyne, UManitoba Fort Garry, and CancerCare) to give students and faculty a chance to learn about the research their colleagues are doing.

Five undergraduate summer students who do medical physics research presented their work at the symposium that also includes a notable keynote speaker. This year’s keynote was Dr. Ivan Klyuzhin, a research programmer at the British Columbia Cancer Research Institute and a postdoctoral research fellow at Microsoft. He presented Novel Image Analysis Methods in PET Imaging Driven by Machine Learning: Their Development and Applications.

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