Schulich researchers are processing and analyzing images of mammograms to flag subtle signs of breast cancer sooner and studying musculoskeletal system structure and joint mechanics. From quantifying shapes of human body segments for prostheses design to building mathematical models for use in biomedical engineering, researchers are developing tools and techniques that will improve health care delivery around the world.
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Leonid Belostotski, Elise Fear, Yaoping Hu, Karan Kaler, Brent Maundy, Martin Mintchev, Kartik Murari, Anders Nygren, Michal Okoniewski, Rangaraj Rangayyan, Mike Smith, David Westwick, Svetlana Yanushkevich