Posts Tagged: Christopher Yip
Amine Driouchi (BME2019) embarked on his science journey at King’s College London in biochemistry, and this eventually led to his PhD work in Dr. Chris Yip’s lab at the University of Toronto. Now he is working as a senior scientist for Eikon Therapeutics, a California-based biotechnology company that develops drug discovery technologies using super-resolution microscopy. Here, Amine shares his academic journey and what he is doing now at Eikon.
Microscopes are some of the most powerful tools in cell biology — but what if the cell component that needs to be imaged is smaller than the wavelengths of visible light? A new study from Professor Chris Yip (ChemE, BME) proposes a solution, one that could help advance research into cancer and other diseases.
September 22, 2017 | Master of Engineering program gives MD students advanced tools to develop medical technologies.
March 31, 2017 | IBBME director appointed to lead institution-wide portfolio in international partnerships
November 10, 2015 | IBBME director Christopher Yip and PhD candidate Amine Driouchi aid MIE researchers in sperm fertility research published in Nature Communications
From left to right: Nafiseh Rafiei; Amir Manbachi; Kiril Federov; Chris Yip; Amanda Khan The detailing of an ultrasonic surgical probe for spinal surgery navigation; transcription factories in cells; surgical […]
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