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Southern Highlands Branch Meeting 2024-4

Distinguished Professor Anatoly Rozenfeld “Latest advances in radiation therapies for cancer”

Distinguished Professor Anatoly Rozenfeld FRSN

Director, Centre for Medical Radiation Physics, University of Wollongong

Date: Thursday, 16 May, 6.30 pm AEDT 
Venue: RSL Mittagong, Carrington Room
All are welcome

Summary: To be provided.

Anatoly Rozenfeld is the Director and founder of the Centre for Medical Radiation Physics (CMRP) and is world-renowned for his research work on semiconductor radiation detectors and their application for mini- and micro-dosimetry in radiation therapy, radiation protection, nuclear medicine and space sciences.

The Medical Radiation Physics research and educational programs developed by Professor Rozenfeld at CMRP were recently recognised as being above world standard.  He is a member of numerous editorial boards and international advisory committees including the Australian National Hadron Therapy Steering Committee, Prostate Cancer Institute, and the Australian HEP Executive Board, and is currently a member of the Space Medicine Committee of the Australian Space Agency. Moreover, Professor Rozenfeld has published more than 500 articles, some 5 chapters in books, holds 19 granted patents, has attracted more than $17M in competitive grants, and has also delivered many keynote speeches, invited talks and seminars around the world.

Anatoly Rozenfeld obtained his MSc with distinction from St Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia and Phis hD from the Institute for Nuclear Research, Kiev, Ukraine. For his pioneering work on the improvement of cancer radiation techniques, using advanced radiation monitoring, Professor Rozenfeld has received numerous prestigious awards.

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