Loredana Marcu is a Professor of Medical Physics within the Faculty of Science, University of Oradea, Romania and holds affiliation with the University of Adelaide, Australia.
She studied Physics at the West University of Timisoara, Romania and Medical Physics at the University of Adelaide / Royal Adelaide Hospital, Australia being awarded a PhD in 2005. She has worked as a medical physicist and has undertaken research in radiobiology / medical physics since 2000. Her current research interests include: in silico modelling of tumour growth and behaviour during chemo/radiotherapy; radiation-induced risk of second cancer; LDR brachytherapy; head and neck cancer radiobiology and therapy.
Her 20 years teaching experience at both Australian and Romanian universities has materialised in eight books published on physics, radiobiology and teaching methodologies, with two more volumes on Medical Physics being currently in press. She has written five textbooks and university lab guides and has over 100 publications and conference presentations worldwide. Dr Marcu is the recipient of the “Boyce Worthley award 2006” given by the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine for her achievements in radiobiology and medical physics. She is currently the vice-president of the Romanian College of Medical Physicists.

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