Marie-Christine Zdora

Marie-Christine Zdora

I am an academic in the area of X-ray physics working at Monash University. I completed a Bachelors (2011) and a Masters degree in Physics (2014) at Technische Universität München, Germany, during which I first started working on X-ray imaging. I also hold a Master of Medical Physics (2013) from the University of Sydney. For my PhD on “X-ray phase-contrast imaging using near-field speckles”, I moved to Diamond Light Source, UK. In January 2020, I was awarded my PhD from University College London, UK, for which I received the Springer Thesis Prize and the Werner Meyer-Ilse Memorial Award. I then worked as a Research Fellow at the University of Southampton, UK, to develop my X-ray imaging methods further. In 2021, I joined the Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland, as a Postdoctoral Fellow working on X-ray optics. I then moved to the X-ray Tomography Group at Paul Scherrer Institute and ETH Zurich, where I focused on the translation of novel X-ray imaging methods to clinical applications, in particular breast-cancer detection. In January 2024, I joined Monash as a Lecturer and Australian Research Council DECRA Research Fellow.

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