Cynthia MÉNARD

Cynthia MÉNARD


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Chief Department of radiation oncology, CHUM

Other Affiliation

Member TECHNA, University of Toronto

Research Interests

The primary focus of my scholarly activity is to better individualize radiation therapy through the development, validation, and clinical application of advanced imaging techniques to radiation treatment planning, response assessment, and treatment adaptation.

I have specifically invested my efforts to improving radiotherapy for patients with prostate cancer.

Imaging and engineering

The primary mission of the CRCHUM’s Imaging and Engineering Research Theme is to leverage engineering for the benefit of health care. By bringing together researchers from several areas of expertise, it encourages interaction and the pooling of skills.  The CRCHUM’S Imaging and Engineering Re…

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