The ups and downs of low dose ionising radiobiology research

Seminar/Forum

The ups and downs of low dose ionising radiobiology research

Pam Sykes is Professor, Preventive Cancer Biology in the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer at Flinders University, South Australia. Her research focus over the last 15 years has been the study of the biological effects of low dose ionising radiation, and also utilising low dose biological response mechanisms for cancer prevention and treatment. She will give an overview of her research and also discuss the challenges inherent in studying low doses of radiation.

Presenter

  • Professor Pamela Sykes
    Professor Pamela Sykes, Flinders University