Linnea Freear is a trainee clinical scientist at The Christie NHS Trust, in Manchester, UK. In this video interview, she explains why she has decided to pursue a career in medical physics. After graduating from the University of Manchester with a physics degree, Linnea considered various career options before deciding that medical physics would enable her to make a positive difference to the world.
This profile is part of a series of Physics World films produced at The Christie, which we will be sharing on this site over the next few weeks. In the meantime, take a look at our medical physics research updates, as well the careers section of our site, which contains lots of case studies and practical information for physics graduates.