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Medical Physics Laboratory


The main research directions of the Medical Physics Lab are as follows:

  • Quality assurance in advanced radiotherapy applications
  • Development of phantoms and methods for the assesment and correction of geometric distortion in MRI images used for radiotherapy applications
  • Conventional (TLD, diode, film) and contemporary (3D polymer gel-MRI) experimental dosimetry in modern radiation therapy techniques, such us Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT), high dose rate brachytherapy and stereotactic radiotherapy- radiosurgery
  • Comparison and evaluation of modern radiotherapy techniques using physical and biological parameters
  • Monte Carlo modelling of brachytherapy sources for the generation of dosimetry data for use in treatment planning systems and development of analytical dosimetry models guided by Monte Carlo simulation
  • Monte Carlo simulations of high energy x-rays and charge particles for radiotherapy purposes
  • Methods and advanced clinical applications in medical imaging
  • Medical image processing
  • Artificial intelligence in medicine (surgery, cancer imaging, etc.)
  • Medical simulation training-virtual reality in medical education


Participation in funded R&D programs

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