Posts Tagged: Christopher Yip
Seeing smaller than light: How an advanced microscopy technique can help in the fight against cancer and other diseases
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.
Addressing unique patient needs with technology: U of T offers engineering training to medical students
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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