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Prof Gary Royle
Appointment
  • Professor of Medical Radiation Physics
  • Dept of Med Phys & Biomedical Eng
  • Faculty of Engineering Science
Biography
  • Over 140 journal publications and refereed conference papers, 3 patents, 2 book chapters, 25 invited talks.
  • Editor of a conference proceedings.
  • Research lead for Proton Therapy Centre
  • Member of Proton Therapy Executive Board, UCL Hospital NHS Trust.
  • Currently setting up a cross-faculty research centre for proton therapy. 
  • Department Graduate Tutor.
  • Visiting researcher in Radiotherapy Department, UCL Hospital.
  • Lecturer for the Royal College of Radiologists.
  • Chaired the IEEE Compton camera group.
  • Member of the organizing committee for both the IEEE Medical Imaging conference series and the Nuclear Science Symposium series.
  • External examiner for the MSc in Radiation Detection and Instrumentation, University of Surrey.
  • External adviser / examiner for the MSc in Physics and Electronics in Medicine at the University of Science and Technology, Sudan.
Research Groups
Research Themes
Research Summary

Current research developments include: development and evaluation of novel imaging and sensor systems for radiotherapy and proton therapy (joint with the radiotherapy department at UCLH and the UCL department of oncology); cellular imaging of biopsy samples to define tumour margins and composition (joint with the biomedical optics lab and the academic department of surgery, UCL); development of novel detector devices for radiation protection (industrial collaboration).

Teaching Summary

I am currently Graduate Tutor for the department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering. I also run the Doctoral Training Programme in Medical Physics and Bioengineering. Previously I was MSc tutor and programme organiser for the department’s MSc programmes (from 1997 to 2009). I teach ~90 lectures per year in the field of medical radiation physics (radiation sources, radiation detectors, medical imaging, radiotherapy and radiation dosimetry).

I am / have been primary supervisor for 13 PhD students and co-supervisor for 18 PhD students. To date 15 have successfully passed. I have been primary supervisor for in excess of 50 successful MSc research projects. 

Academic Background
1992 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Radiation Physics University College London
1987 BSc Hons Bachelor of Science (Honours) – Physics Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
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