I am a senior lecturer in the Department of Physics. My research focuses on gamma-ray spectroscopy and imaging, in particular through the development of novel radiation detection and analytical techniques. I often work collaboratively with other research groups internationally. I have been awarded funding for a number of projects:
(1) to develop a new germanium detector for gamma-ray spectroscopy and tracking,
(2) to develop a system for quantitative imaging in molecular radiotherapy,
(3) to evaluate the performance of systems for spectroscopy and imaging of nuclear fuel.
(4) to develop the stopping target monitor for the Mu2e experiment at Fermilab
I am actively engaged in outreach, including delivering talks and workshops at schools and public events. I am a committee member for the Institute of Physics Nuclear Physics Group.
In 2018 I published the book "An introduction to the Physics of Nuclear Medicine", as part of the Morgan and Claypool Institute of Physics Concise series http://iopscience.iop.org/book/978-1-6432-7034-0
Prizes or Honours
- Science Award - Highly Commended (Women of The Future, 2015)
- Very Early Career Award (Institute of Physics Women in Physics Group, 2010)
Other Personal Distinctions
- PGCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (Distinction) (University of Liverpool, 2016)
- Aurora leadership programme (Leadership Foundation, 2015)