Research and education in Radiation Sciences is very interdisciplinary by nature. We aim for our graduates to be employable in many sectors including the nuclear industry, industrial and university research laboratories, and hospitals and cancer clinics. The outcomes from our research can provide solutions and innovations in cancer diagnosis and treatment, improved radiation dosimetry and radiation protection, unique biomedical devices, and new ways to ensure the health of our environment.
Solutions and innovations require collaboration and an understanding of the real world problems that our graduates may encounter in their future careers. Partnerships with other universities, with industry, and government organizations critical.
Supervisors in the Radiation Sciences Graduate Program maintain a number of partnerships. In the past decade, we have collaborated or partnered with:
Ontario Power Generation
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
McMaster Museum of Art
Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Mount Allison University
Dublin Institute of Technology
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
University of Nairobi