Ralph S DaCosta, PhD

  • Monitoring tumour response to radiation therapy in real-time
  • Detecting cancers earlier with fluorescence endoscopy
  • Detecting bacterial infection in chronic wounds with light
  • Optical molecular imaging applied to stem cell and regenerative medicine
  • Optical molecular imaging applied to neuroscience and neutological disease
  • New technologies for image-guided and minimally-invasive surgery
  • New advances in 3D fluorescence image-guided cancer surgery

For a list of Dr. DaCosta's publications, please visit PubMed or Scopus.

Cancer Care Ontario Research Chair in Cancer Imaging
UHN Biophotonics Program
Member, Radiation Medicine Program
Member, Spatio-Temporal Targeted and Amplification of Radiation Response (STTARR) Innovation Center​