Oct 3, 2023

Welcome to our newest 2023 Physics Residents!

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We are thrilled to welcome our newest five residents to the 2023 cohort of the Medical Physics Residency Program! Scroll down to view their biographies. 

Aubert, Sarah

Dr. Sarah Aubert

Sarah Aubert earned her bachelor's degree in medical physics at McMaster University and recently completed her Ph.D. in the CAMPEP-accredited medical physics at Toronto Metropolitan University. Her research focused on the feasibility of using photon-counting x-ray detectors for angiographic applications. She is looking forward to joining the team at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.

D'Souza, Mark

Dr. Mark D'Souza

Mark D'Souza completed his PhD in Medical Physics at Toronto Metropolitan University, supervised by Dr Arman Sarfehnia and Dr. Carl Kumaradas. His research was on the use of Water Calorimetry for novel radiotherapy techniques. Mark is very excited to be starting his physics residency at the Odette Cancer Centre.

Mann, Thomas

Dr. Thomas Mann

Thomas Mann was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta where he did his undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Calgary. His research has focused on guiding clinical decision making and improving efficiency through the use of automation and scripting. Two of the applications he developed are being used regularly at the Tom Baker Cancer Center for stereotactic radiosurgery treatment planning. In his free time, Thomas enjoys choral singing, ultimate frisbee, volleyball, and reading. Thomas is looking forward to exploring a new city and joining the amazing team at the Odette Cancer Centre for his Medical Physics Residency!

Mansour, Iymad

Dr. Iymad Mansour

Iymad Mansour completed his PhD in Physics at Carleton University, supervised by Dr. Rowan Thomson. His researched investigated applications of texture analysis to dosimetric data. In his free time, Iymad enjoys cooking, reading, and staying active.