Mr Samuel Ingram

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In 2010 I started my higher education at Swansea University where I undertook a BSc in Theoretical Physics. Following this I turned my attention to more practical aspects which could be addressed using my Physics background, and found Medical Physics. Remaining at Swansea University I completed an MSc in Medical Radiation Physics which sparked my interests in both radiotherapy and medical imaging. In 2014 I was accepted onto the UK approved Scientist Training Programme at The Christie NHS FT to train towards my Clinical Scientist registration, where I specialised in radiotherapy. During my training I became interested in proton radiotherapy and was fortunate enough to undertake project work within the clinical proton team. My main involvement was the development of a CT-calibration method for the proton radiotherapy. I completed my clinical training September 2017 and am now completing a PhD with University of Manchester within the PRECISE group.  

External positions

Clinical Scientist , The Christie Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Areas of expertise

  • QC Physics - Medical physics, Radiotherapy, Biological Modelling

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Biology, Medicine and Health (BMH) Domains

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2017 - Master in Science, Clinical Science (Medical Physics), University of Liverpool
  • 2014 - Master in Science, Medical Radiation Physics, Swansea University
  • 2013 - Bachelor of Science, Theoretical Physics, Swansea University

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