Radiation and Medical Physics Group

Our Radiation and Medical Physics Group is part of the School of Mathematics and Physics. We have strong expertise in applied radiation physics and explore the fundamental properties and interactions of radiation in a range of medical and industrial applications, with nuclear security being one of the key themes.

Study with us

We are always looking for students to help with our forward-thinking research and have numerous facilities that are available.

Student using physics equipment

Work with us

If you are interested in working with us then take a look at our current vacancies.

Group lead

Professor Giuseppe Schettino

Associate Tutor in Medical Physics

Giuseppe graduated in Nuclear Physics at the University of Naples (Italy) in 1994 and obtained his PhD from King’s College London (UK) (X-ray diffraction group) in 1999 working on the development of ultrasoft X-ray microbeams for radiobiological applications.Following two postdoctoral experiences at the Gray Cancer Institute in the UK (2000-2004) (Low dose hypersensitivity res...