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Eno Hysi, MSc, Biomedical Physics

Research interest:

Eno’s research into red blood aggregation and photoacoustic imaging for cancer detection has been described by one senior researcher in the field as “one of the most innovative approaches seen in decades.”

Why Ryerson?

“I took a gamble six years ago when I came to Ryerson for its then brand new and not yet established undergraduate medical physics program. It was the best decision I ever made. As Ryerson grew to enjoy the reputation it maintains today, so did the program. And in that program I found everything I was looking for. When it came time to make the decision to enrol in the graduate program, it was an easy one. I knew I would find excellent research, excellent training and the privilege to be mentored by excellent faculty.”

“I took a gamble six years ago when I came to Ryerson’s for its then brand new and not yet established undergraduate medical physics program."

Advice for prospective grad students?

“As you search for the right supervisor and the right project, realize that it is the people you will be working with that will impact your future. Your project can rarely advance without the support and encouragement of the individuals around you. At Ryerson’s Biomedical Physics program I found the perfect niche where I was exposed to cutting-edge research and a group of faculty and students who truly wanted to see me succeed. Take the time to observe the environment where you might spend the next 4-5 years of your life. It makes a big difference.”

Where Ryerson led him next:

Eno is continuing his biomedical physics studies as a Ryerson PhD student.

Eno Hysi, MSc, PhD candidate

Biomedical Sciences