IMSAT research activity naturally corresponds to that of Departments:

​​Nuclear Technology in Medicine employs professionals in nuclear medicine, radiochemistry, radio-physicist, radio-pharmacist to work on producing and testing different radioisotopes for biological and medical studies. Several laboratories including PET, hot and cold cells, dispensary, and cyclotron have been planned in this Department. These facilities will be dedicated for medical research and training.

Clinical Translation of Technology employs clinicians to investigate potential clinical use of new technologies. They are responsible to come up with new ideas that can be resolved using technology. They help engineers and scientists to make their innovation specifically useful for clinical service and medical research. They also design and lead clinical trials to assess usefulness of newly invented technologies in clinical settings.

There is a dedicated Research Clinic within this Department. This Clinic includes facilities such as examination rooms, phlebotomy, treatment room, DNA separation equipment, mass spectroscopy, Sleep Lab, EEG, EMG, ECG, echocardiography, ultrasound, and TCD.

Biomedical Engineering Research Group is responsible for postgraduate training in this field. The group includes experts in bio-photonics, bio-magnetism, brain stimulation, neural engineering, and medical signal processing. This field links the knowledge of engineering and medicine to help better health care.  The Department is closely linked with Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the University.
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