electrical MIcro & Nano Devices and Sensors Research Centre
For an electrical engineer who loves challenges, there wasn’t anything more challenging for Dr. Arezoo Emadi than creating something from nothing.
With the help of her team of graduate and undergraduate researchers at the Faculty of Engineering, Dr. Emadi is overseeing work on sensors designed for detecting breast cancer earlier, helping doctors monitor patients’ vital signs more easily and creating more portable devices.
These micro-machined sensors will help physicians detect health issues earlier and create more complete pictures of treatment plans that will help with patient outcomes and ultimately reduce healthcare costs.
However, the E-mind program isn’t just focused on the bio-medical field. The technology of Nanodevices is also drawing much interest from other industries.