Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering




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Alumni-student mixer, October 2018


We held our first ever alumni mixer event on Thursday 11 October. It was a great success, with a keynote address from former Head of Department Professor David Delpy and some fantastic speeches from alumni Callum Gillies (on his career proton therapy physics) and Peter Bruton (the role of the technical consultant), and Marina Melero - a final year MEng Biomedical Engineering student and winner of the Adobe Research Women in Technology Scholarship 2018. Watch this space for information on future events. 

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