are cordially invited to attend a special seminar session with the following details:
Title: Some Radiation Methods in Medicine
Speaker: Professor Dr. David Bradley (University of Surrey, UK)
Date: 28 September 2012 (Friday)
Time: 2:55-4:30 p.m.
Venue: Auditorium B, E2, Level 2
David Bradley is Professor in Radiation and Medical Physics and is the Course Director of the MSc in Medical Physics at the Department of Physics, University of Surrey, United Kingdom. He is also Secretary of the International Radiation Physics Society (IRPS), Editor-in-Chief of the Elsevier journal 'Applied Radiation and Isotopes' and a member of an Experts Steering Group of the IAEA for the project 'Strengthening Medical Physics through Education and Training'.
Dr Bradley has active research interests in the fundamentals and applications of photon scattering, radioanalytical techniques for determination of trace element concentrations, radiological risks associated with Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM), the development of synchrotron techniques for characterisation of media, predominantly biological tissues, radiation effects on tissues, and development of silica based luminesence dosimeters.
Research projects of current interest include: the localisation of Zn and Sr in synovial joints, the development of doped radiosensitive glass, the effects of ionizing radiation on extracellular matrix, and near-edge elastic photon scattering from dilute aqueous ions.
Professor Dr. David Bradley is the author of over 100 publications and has made more than 100 presentations at conferences.