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Department of Medical Biophysics - Doctoral theses

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The Department of Medical Biophysics offers a graduate program in interdisciplinary research in physics and biology, leading to the degrees of M.Sc. and Ph.D.

Recognizing the broad and interdisciplinary nature of modern medical research, the major objective of the program is to train students from a variety of backgrounds to be successful independent investigators in biomedical science. This is done by in-depth study of a particular research topic with emphasis on quantitative and interdisciplinary approaches. The program is designed to expose students to research in complementary fields and to develop skills in oral and written communication. At both the M.Sc. and Ph.D. level this is accomplished through course work, independent research, the Student Seminar Series, and a thesis.

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Automated Segmentation of Head and Neck Cancer Using Texture Analysis with Co-registered PET/CT images

Characterization of the E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Pirh2

Structural and Inhibition Studies of Human Intestinal Glucosidases

Regulation of Telomerase by DNA and Protein Interactions

Characterization of NimA-related Kinase 10 (NEK10): A Role in Checkpoint Control


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