M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering
Youstina Daoud obtained her Baccalaureate in Biomedical Engineering from Saint-Joseph University, Lebanon in 2017. In 2018, she began a professional M.Sc. degree in Biomedical Engineering at Polytechnique Montreal, then in 2019 she moved towards a thesis-based M.S. degree under the supervision of Professor Farida Cheriet and the co-supervision of Dr Hubert Labelle. Her research focused on evaluating the 3D trunk geometry acquisition systems used in the design of personalized braces for scoliotic patients. She is currently a Research Assistant at the Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research in Montreal and works under the supervision of Dr. Shirin Abbasinejad Enger in the Department of Oncology, Medical Physics Unit at McGill University.
A Radiation detector simulation toolkit for calculating the Arterial Input Function during Dynamic Positron Emission Tomography Proceedings Article
In: International Conference on Monte Carlo Techniques for Medical Applications, 2022.
PO-1617 Mapping of the human wrist to develop a non-invasive radiation detector for Dynamic PET application Journal Article
In: Radiotherapy and Oncology, vol. 170, pp. S1405–S1406, 2022.