Biomedical Physics Research Group (BMPRG)
Welcome to the Biomedical Physics Research Group of the Physics Department. Information about our group can be found in this website.
Biomedical Physics Research Group (BMPRG) is the only research group in the DLSU Physics Department which uses both numerical and experimental methods to conceptualize, design, and verify the effectiveness of nanomaterials in biomedical imaging applications. The group uses computational tools like Monte Carlo N-Particle (MCNP) in assessing the dose distribution and dosimetric evaluation in in-vitro systems. The research interests of the group are as follows,
but not limited to:
- design and simulation of modalities available to treat cancer
- evaluate numerically the available techniques used in medical imaging
- developing nanomaterials for biomedical applications
- nanomaterials characterization and development for therapy and imaging applications