Aram Teymurazyan

Associate Professor

Office: LB 210
Phone: 306-337-2666

Research interests
Development of imaging modalities for plants and disease diagnosis/treatment.

Dr. Aram Teymurazyan holds the Fedoruk Research Chair in Nuclear Imaging Technologies. His research focuses on development/implementation of novel detector technologies and imaging modalities, applications of radiation in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. 

A more recent and very exciting addition to his research program is the development of nuclear imaging detectors dedicated to plant imaging, which will be used to study plants at a molecular level to improve the understanding of plant productivity; nutrient and water use efficiency; plant microbe interactions; and their responses to environmental stress and injury. For more information please inquire directly.