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2022 York University Research Awards

2022 York University Research Awards

Congratulations to the @YUResearch Award Winners! #YorkU’s changemakers are advancing our understanding of the world and contributing to positive change in our communities.

Several ICAL members were recognized for their research contributions!

Ali Sadeghi-Naini
Tier 2 York Research Chair in Quantitative Engineering and Smart Biomarkers 
Associate Professor, Lassonde School of Engineering
Sadeghi-Naini received an Early Researcher Award from the Government of Ontario for his project: “Smart quantitative imaging biomarkers for personalized breast cancer care.”

The research is developing multi-modal quantitative imaging technologies that can predict and evaluate the response of individual breast cancer patients to chemotherapy before or early after treatment initiation. 
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Marin Litoiu  
Professor, Lassonde School of Engineering & Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
Litoiu was inducted as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering.

He leads the Centre for Research in Adaptive Software, which focuses on the development of adaptive and self-managing systems and is considered one of the pioneers of the field of self-adaptive software (SAS). 
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Zhen Ming (Jack) Jiang  
Professor, Lassonde School of Engineering

Jiang received the CS-Can | Info-Can Outstanding Early Career Computer Science Researcher Prize. Jiang is a pioneer in the field of load testing analytics, which are essential for large- and ultra-large scale software systems. 
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Jianhong Wu
Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Industrial and Applied Mathematics 
NSERC/Sanofi Industrial Research Chair in Vaccine Mathematics, Modelling and Manufacturing 
Distinguished Research Professor, Faculty of Science
Wu co-led a successful NSERC Emerging Infectious Disease Modelling Initiative application for the Mathematics for Public Health.

The project will establish a pan-Canadian emerging infectious disease modelling network that aims to apply advanced mathematical techniques to help achieve public health objectives.  
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