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Research Interests

Prof. Claudine Allen Physics, Physical and Optical Engineering, U Laval Condensed matter physics, inorganic and physical chemistry
Dr. François Auger LOEX, Hôpital Saint-Sacrement, U Laval Tissue engineering, cell culture
Prof. Jean-Pierre Béland Social Sciences and Humanities, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC) Ethics in research
Prof. Patrick Boissy Faculty of Medicine, Université de Sherbrooke Relation dose-réponse en réadaptation; Télésanté et téléréadaptation; Actimétrie et évaluation de la mobilité; Posturographie et rééducation posturale
Prof. Denis Boudreau Chemistry, U Laval                                         Ultrasenstive analytical techniques using laser spectroscopy and advances in optics, nanoparticles and biosensors for the measurement and identification of atoms and molecules
Prof. David Burns Chemistry, McGill Quantitative measurements bioenergetic status in biological systems
Prof. Ian Butler Chemistry, McGill Phase transitions in inorganic and organic molecular crystals; spectroscopic techniques for studying the surface interactions
Dr. Paul G. Charette Electrical and Comp. Engineering, U de Sherbrooke

Biophotonics, signal analysis, imaging, biosensors

Dr. Louise Deschênes Food Research and Development Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Bacterial adhesion and cell transfection, sensoring
Prof. Emanuel Escher Department of Pharmacology, U de Sherbrooke Cardiovascular pharmacology, peptide chemistry, analysis and structure of signalization proteins, molecular pharmacology
Prof. Lucie Germain LOEX, Hôpital Saint-Sacrement, U Laval Reproduction of human soft tissues by cell culture, soft tissue engineering
Prof. Subhasis Ghoshal Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, McGill Development of remediation technologies for contaminated soil and groundwater
Prof. Andrew M. Grant Biochemistry, U de Sherbrooke Optimization of the use of laboratory tests
Prof. Yannick Huot Department of Oceanography, U de Sherbrooke Remote sensing of ocean colour and modeling; physiology of phytoplankton in laboratory; remote sensing and modeling of natural fluorescence.
Prof. Ashraf Ismail Food Sci. & Agricultural Chem. McGill Applied infrared spectroscopy, combined immunoassay/FTIR techniques.
Prof. David Juncker Biomedical Engineering, McGill Development of novel micro & nanotechnologies for bioengineering at microscopic scales
Prof. Mojtaba Kahrizi Electrical and Computer Engineering, Concordia University Design, modeling, and fabrication of Nano/Micro systems with application in sensing and photonics
Prof. Robert Kearney Biomedical Engineering, McGill

Biomedical modeling, motor systems & performance, mathematical biology and physiology, systems, man and cybernetics, proteomics 

Prof. Andrew Kirk Electrical and Comp. Engineering, McGill 3D Micro and nano-optics; Free-space optical interconnects and devices; Optical MEMS
Prof. Sylvain Martel Computer Engineering, École Polytechnique de Montréal Micro and nanosystems. Nanorobotics. Instrumentation.
Prof. Jean-Francois Masson Chemistry, U de Montréal Development of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) spectroscopy as state-of-the-art technology for bioanalytical applications.
Dr. Yahye Merhi Montreal Heart Institute, U de Montréal Haemocompatibility studies, in vivo evaluation of biomaterials  
Prof. Jay Louise Nadeau Biomedical Engineering, McGill Gene transfer, fluorescent labeling, nanoparticles
Prof. Sasha Omanovic Chemical Engineering, McGill Functionalized surfaces: (bio)electrodes and biomaterials
Prof. Johane Patenaude Faculty of Medicine, U de Sherbrooke Ethics in biomedical research; public health and ethics; ethics and biotechnologies (nanotechnology, genetic materials)
Prof. Yves-Alain Peter

Engineering Physics, École Polytechnique de Montréal

Semiconductor fabrication and packaging, photon devices, instrumentation and measurements, photonics, advanced manufacturing

Prof. Satya Prakash Biomedical Engineering, McGill Cell Microencapsulation, Tissue Engineering, Cell Therapy, Nanomedicine, Biomaterial, Coronary Heart Diseases, Probiotics, Bacterial Therapy, Drug Delivery, Cancer, Artificial Cells, Microencapsulation, Kidney Failure
Prof. Shiv Prasher Bioresource Engineering, McGill Analyzing pesticide and veterinary pharmaceutical residues in soil and water
Prof. Isabelle Rouiller Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, McGill Structure and function of macromolecular machines using high-resolution molecular electron microscopy.
Prof. Maryam Tabrizian Biomedical Engineering, McGill Nanoparticles for controlled release systems and tissue engineering, Nanocoating, biorecognition systems
Prof. Nathalie Tufenkji Chemical Engineering, McGill

To relate microscopic measurements of biocolloid – surface interactions to macroscopic bench scale observations

Dr. Hojatollah Vali Anatomy and Cell Biology, McGill Nanostructure characterization of biological and non biological interface
Prof. Srikar Vengallatore Mechanical Engineering, McGill

Development of micromachining processes for biomaterials; Integration of biomaterials with micromachined silicon platforms; Design and fabrication of implantable sensors

Dr. Teodor Veres Industrial Material Institute, National Research Council Nanostructured functional materials, nanolithography
Prof. Kevin Wilkinson Chemistry, U de Montreal Molecular environmental chemistry
Prof. Françoise Winnik Chem. & Pharmacy, U de Montréal Polymer science, selfassembly, nanotechnology

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