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This year the Medical Physics programme celebrates its 50th anniversary at the University and The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition would like to mark the occasion by holding a reunion for all Medical Physics graduates on Friday 2 November 2018.
The day will include a medley of presentations from staff members and former students alongside walking tours taking in, amongst other things, the Mk1 MRI scanner and the current prototype Fast Field Cycling MRI scanner. There will also be lunch and the chance to chat with other students of the programme, both past and present.
The presentations will include the following:
50 Years of Medical Physics teaching in Aberdeen – Prof. David Lurie
Keynote speaker: Dr. Steve McCallum, Head of Medical Physics and Head of Radiation Protection, NHS Grampian
Radiomics in Radiotherapy - Polly Darby
Model Human Observers in Nuclear Medicine - Mark Pether
Keynote speaker: Ioannis Panagiotelis, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer and Executive VP Elekta UK
Brain structure and the influence of Artificial Light at Night - Naif Majrashi
Early Life Determinants of Brain Structural and Functional Connectivity and Relationship with Cognitive and Depressive Outcomes – Clarisse De Vries
Keynote speaker: Prof. Neil Roberts, Chair of Medical Physics and Imaging Science, Edinburgh University
Future plans and concluding remarks – Prof A. Welch
You can find the full programme here.
We very much hope you will be able to join us. You can register your attendance by filling in the form below!