Ben George, Postdoctoral Researcher

Radiotherapy physics

Ben’s research focuses on improving patient outcomes from radiotherapy treatments. This includes the use of advanced techniques such as protons and treatment adaption using functional MRI imaging.

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Research Summary

In his research, Ben works closely with both University and NHS teams to develop state of the art medical imaging techniques and dose deposition algorithms and support their use within clinical trials. He also provides scientific advice and problem-solving relating to radiotherapy research projects within the University.


Ben is a Clinical Scientist specialising in radiotherapy physics. Before moving to Oxford, he worked at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital on projects to develop the radiotherapy service, including specialising in clinical computing.

Ben has a PhD in Physics from Kent University focusing on statistical modelling, image process and optimisation using genetic algorithms. 

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