BSc (Hons), MSc
- DPhil Student
Project title: DPhil in Population Health: Radiation Dosimetry for Studying the Late Effects of Radiotherapy
Supervisors: Professor Sarah C Darby, Dr David Cutter, Associate Professor Marianne Aznar, Associate Professor Frank Van den Heuvel
Georgios studied Nuclear Physics at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece and Nijmegen University, the Netherlands. He obtained an MSc in Medical Physics at the University of Surrey, UK and undertook some research on PET/MRI imaging. He was then employed by the NHS to be trained as a medical physicist in radiotherapy for 3 years at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London and did a part time MSc in clinical sciences at King’s College London, where he undertook research on adaptive radiotherapy using Cone Beam Computed Tomography. During his training he also spent 2 months at Tsukuba Proton Therapy Centre in Japan to obtain some background knowledge in proton radiotherapy. He completed his 3 year training scheme in August 2014 and registered as Clinical Scientist in the UK. He started his DPhil at the University of Oxford in Oct 2014.
Risk of heart failure in survivors of Hodgkin lymphoma: effects of cardiac exposure to radiation and anthracyclines.
van Nimwegen FA. et al, (2017), Blood, 129, 2257 - 2265