Medical Radiation Physics

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Medical Radiation Physics Division

Medical Radiation Physics is a vast and complex translational research topic that deals with radiation physics applied to medicine and biology for medical radiation imaging and radiation therapy. The research areas at the Medical Radiation Physics division span over the beneficial and the detrimental effects of radiation, covering several actual topics in the field of radiation applied to medicine, including diagnostics and radiation therapy, as well as in radiation protection.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Medical Radiation Physics

The position involves research and development of a comprehensive methodology that includes measurement and simulation procedures to account for stray radiation dose in patients with lymphoma or/and brain tumours that receive radiation therapy with photon or proton beams. Ref. No. SU FV-1135-21, closing date: 30 April 2021.

Researcher in Medical Radiation Physics

The position involves research and developent of the computational framework for creating an in silico testbed for radiotherapy based on a virtual tumour model that would account for the main tumour microenvironmental features known to be related to the outcome of radiotherapy integrated into a treatment planning and optimisation system. Ref. No. SU FV-1136-21, closing date: 30 April 2021.

Finding us

The Medical Radiation Physics division is situated at the campus of the Karolinska Hospital in Solna.

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Medical Radiation Physics division

Head of division

Iuliana Toma-Dasu

Room: P9:02 025
Tel. +46 (8) 5537 8082

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