Ultralow-power sensors carrying genetically engineered bacteria can detect gastric bleeding or other GI problems
I am the medical and biophysics editor for Physics World. I write and commission articles for the medical physics, and biophysics and bioengineering sections of the website. I did a PhD in molecular physics at Leeds University, followed by a postdoc in the medical physics department. I joined IOP Publishing in 1999, and in 2008 I became editor of the website medicalphysicsweb. Outside of work, I enjoy travelling, as well as singing and dancing in musical theatre productions.
Stakeholder summit discusses the challenges of developing artificial intelligence in clinical radiology and clinical oncology
Accuray has launched CTrue IR, an iterative reconstruction algorithm for image-guided intensity-modulated radiotherapy