Our aim is to develop new methodologies and devices to improve clinical outcomes for patients.
My research interests are quite broad, focused primarily on the use of radiation in the clinical setting.
Some of these students do their research in the hospital environment and others are based here at the University of Canterbury.
- Lowther N., Ipsen S., Marsh SH., Blanck O. and Keall P. (2018) Investigation of the XCAT phantom as a validation tool in cardiac MRI tracking algorithms. Physica Medica 45: 44-51.
- Scarlet BEW., Williams AJ., Marsh S. and Louwe RJW. (2018) Sensitivity and specificity of time resolved point dose measurements for patient specific quality assurance. Physics in Medicine and Biology 63(14) http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1361-6560/aacdc8.
- Lu G., Marsh S., Damet J., Carbonez P., Laban J., Bateman C., Butler A. and Butler P. (2017) Dosimetry in MARS spectral CT: TOPAS Monte Carlo simulations and ion chamber measurements. Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine 40(2): 297-303. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s13246-017-0532-8.
- Marsh SH. (2017) Medical Physics at the University of Canterbury. New Plymouth: The annual conference of the New Zealand branch of the Australasian college of physical scientists and engineers in medicine, 23 Nov 2017
- Marsh SH., Cunningham B. and Lunt B. (2017) Estimating linear radiographic tissue mass from x-ray attenuation: Monte Carlo simulations and validation in mammography. New Plymouth: The annual conference of the New Zealand branch of the Australasian college of physical scientists and engineers in medicine, 23 Nov 2017