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Building Nano-X: a smaller and smarter cancer treatment machine

Nano-X is a smaller and smarter machine that will transform cancer treatment for millions of patients around the world every year. PhD positions are now available in advanced biomed more...

Supervisor(s): Keall, Paul (Professor)

Methods and devices to improve cancer imaging and targeted radiotherapy

Prof Keall's research team is part of Sydney Medical School-Central and is located at the Australian Technology Park. It is a multidisciplinary team of physicists, engineers, mathem more...

Supervisor(s): Keall, Paul (Professor)

Using a patient’s respiratory and cardiac signal to adjust image acquisition.

Imaging a lung tumour is difficult because the tumour and organs are blurred as we breathe and our heart beats. The aim of this project is to eliminate blurring caused by respirato more...

Supervisor(s): O'Brien, Ricky (Associate Professor)

Imaging a patient while they move

Diagnosing knee, shoulder and back complaints can be difficult because we currently cannot image a patient as they walk or pick up an object. The aim of this project is to develop more...

Supervisor(s): O'Brien, Ricky (Associate Professor)