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  • MA2000: Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers (Level 2; TSV)
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Australian Research Council - Discovery - Projects

Positrons in biosystems

Indicative Funding
$185,090 over 2 years (administered by Australian National University)
Summary
This project aims to improve our understanding of the damage processes in Positron Emission Tomography (PET). PET is a widely used medical imaging technique, but there are gaps in our understanding of the underlying interactions, in particular in the case of the radiation damage induced during the process. By using new models incorporating accurate descriptions of interactions processes, verified by experimental measurement, this project will develop a new model of positron transport in PET. The project will allow validation of predictions from the model by undertaking experiments in liquid water.
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James Sullivan, Ron White, Michael Brunger, Daniel Cocks and Joshua Machacek in collaboration with Gustavo Garcia and Jimena Gorfinkiel (Australian National University, College of Science & Engineering, Flinders University, Spanish National Research Council and The Open University (UK))
Keywords
positrons; Transport; biological matter
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  • Monte Carlo simulation of highly non-equilibrium electron and ion transport in plasma medicine. (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
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