There’s a lot of work being conducted at the Medical Physics Unit. Despite this work spanning across seven different research areas, each with its own focus and specialty, the goal is essentially the same: to use clinical research to help improve radiation oncology treatment and consequently improve patient outcomes.
Professor Marie Ranson has spent her whole adult life committed to uncovering the secrets of cancer and her most recent research into cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC) is no different.

Congratulations to Professor Minoti Apte who has been named a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences today. @AAHMS_health @InghamInstitute @UNSWMedicine @UNSW @swsydUNSW

CONCERT's Deputy Director, Professor Marie Ranson @mranson2 is CONCERT's Member of the Month for October. @UOW @ihmri @ConcertTcrc Read the article here https://t.co/yCsdQzvhFa

Get the latest research news in this week's South West Sydney Research newsletter. @sws_research @SWSPHN @SWSLHD @InghamInstitute @CancerSPHERE @MBG_SPHERE @westernsydneyu https://t.co/3sKrz4ECQS

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