Current Opportunities


MAY 2024

If you are ready for a challenge, an International Volunteers are needed in Cambodia
and the Gamma Guru's Dosimetry Advisory Committee is looking for more expert input.

Certified Medical Physics Trainer - Cambodia

Calmette Hospital in Phnom Penh, Cambodia has a radiotherapy centre that has been supported by APSIG volunteers since 2018.  The centre is commencing IMRT/IGRT techniques and have requested APSIG’s direct support through a volunteer assignment.  In partnership with the Australian Volunteer program funded by the Australian government (DFAT), APSIG is in the process of organizing for a new volunteer assignment starting in 2024 for up to 6 months which may be spread over multiple 1-2 month visits. 

If you are a certified Radiation Oncology Medical Physicist and would be interested in using your skills to help this radiotherapy centre, please contact Simon Downes, Chair of the ACPSEM Asia Pacific Special Interest Group (SIG).

Simon Downes
Chair, ACPSEM Asia Pacific Special Interest Group
E: |  M: 0400 201 391 

Seeking Expressions of Interest to join Dosimetry Advisory Committee

The Gamma Guru’s Dosimetry Advisory Group, chaired by Leon Dunn, is an independent medical physics committee that is seeking new members from around Australia. The group’s focus is on providing clinical guidance and expertise regarding the development of existing and new radiotherapy audit programs. 

They meet once a month to discuss results, review documents and research, and develop new audits!   This is an opportunity for CPD in the audits category. 

It would be an excellent CPD initiative under the participating in audits category.  Contact Leon Dunn, details below, if you are interested in participating. 

Leon Dunn
Chief Medical Physicist
GenesisCare Victoria
M: 0424 907 146 | E: