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  • The Rontgen rays

    Day after day brings new evidence of the utility of the Rontgen X-rays in surgery. This week, the Rev. D. Laseron, of Lithgow, paid a visit to St. Stanislaut College, Bathurst, to undergo an operation for the extraction of a bullet, when the X rays will be used to discover it. It will be remembered […]

About Me

I’m Scott Crowe, a radiation oncology medical physicist

I’m employed at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital in Brisbane, Australia; with appointments at the Herston Biofabrication Institute, University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology. My research interests include applications of 3D printing in radiation oncology, the quantitative assessment of radiotherapy treatment quality and complexity, and radiation dosimetry.