We use the physical scientific principles behind medical technologies to give us information about diseases, and plan safe and effective treatment.
Healthcare is becoming more reliant on advanced technologies for diagnosis and treatment. As a result, demand for our services is ever increasing. Find out about clinical developments we're involved in.
Education and training
Our department is involved in a wide variety of education and training initiatives. We're also a training centre for the NHS Healthcare Scientist Training Programme. Read more.
Nuclear medicine physics
We have a key role in diagnostic nuclear medicine, providing clinical support to our imaging services (SPECT and PET). We're also involved in nuclear medicine as therapy. Find out more.
We support the MRI service for patients at the hospital, and are heavily involved in research. We're the designated magnetic resonance (MR) safety expert for the Trust, and also provide safety advice to other clients. Find out more.
We provide radiation protection support to hospital services using x-ray and ultrasound equipment including radiology, nuclear medicine, theatres, and the breast screening unit. Find out more.
We work closely with the radiotherapy department (in cancer care), providing technical and scientific support. Find out more.
Scientific computing (imaging physics)
We provide end-to-end specialist clinical software design, development and support as well as supporting scientific research and research imaging data management. Find out more.