UCL Proton Therapy Research Group

PART - Proton & Advanced RadioTherapy

People Publications Projects Grants

The treatment of complex cancers requires an evolution in the technology, techniques and software to increase survival rates and to personalise the patient’s therapy. Our research aims to bring new developments in a wide range of disciplines, such as physics, engineering, computer science, imaging science, biology, nanotechnology and oncology, to the field of conformal radiotherapy. 

Upcoming events: Monte Carlo user group meeting on Wednesday April 22

The aim of this meeting is to bring together Monte Carlo users for radiotherapy applications. The event will have short presentations from users, with an emphasis on discussions.

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About us

PART is a multi-disciplinary, cross-faculty research network featuring physicists, computer scientists, engineers, biologists, oncologists and radiographers based across UCL and UCLH. This involves academics, postdoctoral researchers, PhD and MSc students from the UCL faculties of Engineering, Life Sciences, Medical Sciences and Maths and Physical Sciences, and clinical physicists, radiographers and radiation oncologists from UCLH Radiotherapy.

Proton therapy at UCLH 

Proton therapy at UCLH

Image: Scott Tallon and Walker, architects

An important focus of our R&D programme is the new UCLH proton therapy centre, due to open in 2018. Many of our projects aim at providing new tools and techniques to support the clinical teams delivering proton treatments.

Further details about proton therapy at UCLH.

Further information

If you would like to receive further information about our projects or wish to enquire about joining please contact medphys.part-enquiries@ucl.ac.uk


The Christie NPL MGH
Royal Berkshire Hospital Royal Free Hospital Barts Hospital
UCLH Rutherford Appleton Laboratory IBA