Clive Baldock

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Biography

Professor Clive Baldock is a British-born Australian academic. He graduated from the University of Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom in 1987 with a BSc (Hons) in Physics and was subsequently employed as a trainee medical physicist at Guy’s Hospital, London while studying for his MSc in Radiation Physics at St Bartholomew’s Medical College, University of London. He subsequently worked in a number of UK hospitals providing scientific support to clinical nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services. His main research interests were in the field of gel dosimetry for improved three-dimensional radiotherapy (radiation therapy) dosimetry in cancer therapy for which he received his PhD from King's College London. He moved to Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia in 1997 and subsequently worked at the University of Sydney from 2003 to 2012 as Director of the Institute of Medical Physics and then as Professor and Head of the School of Physics. In 2010, he completed a Master of Tertiary Education Management through the LH Martin Institute at the University of Melbourne. From 2012 he was Professor and Executive Dean of Science at Macquarie University. In 2014 he joined the University of Tasmania as Professor and Deputy Dean, and then acting Dean, of the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology. In 2015 he joined the Australian Research Council (ARC), on secondment from UTAS, as Executive Director for Physical Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics and Informatics, returning to UTAS in 2016 as Pro Vice-Chancellor for Researcher Development and Dean of Graduate Research. His research interests continue to be in the fields of gel dosimetry, radiation therapy, dosimetry, and medical imaging in which he has published over 150 research journal papers. He has been awarded Fellowships of the Australian Institute of Physics, the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine, the Institute of Physics (UK) and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (UK).

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