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Dr. Temitope Tosin Abiola

Postdoctoral Researcher
Interests Application of picoseconds infrared laser (PIRL) technology in cancer detection and treatment, and femtoseconds transient spectroscopies (absorption and difraction).

I joined Prof. Miller’s Group at the University of Toronto in 2023 as a postdoctoral fellow. My primary research focuses on the application of PIRL in detection and removal of cancerous tissue at the fundamental limit to minimally invasive surgery. I have interest also in the ongoing research within the group which focuses on the utilization of ultrabright electron diffraction spectroscopy to unravel chemical reaction at atomic scale resolution. Prior to joining Prof. Miller’s group, I obtained my PhD in Physical Chemistry at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, where I utilized femtoseconds transient electronic and vibrational absorption spectroscopies to explore molecular dynamics of plant inspired UV filters. I had earlier earned my MSc in analytical science and instrumentation from the same University. My first degree was completed at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, in Nigeria.