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Boris Vojnovic

Emeritus Professor of Biophysics

Research Summary

My current interests include the application of fluorescence image-guidance techniques used during human surgery, in optimising preclinical radiation delivery systems and on the application of advanced fluorescence microscopy techniques in biomedicine.


Boris Vojnovic is Professor of Biophysics and has been the head of the Advanced Technology Development Group at the Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology and Biology within the Department of Oncology since 2007. He held a similar position at the Gray Institute at Mount Vernon Hospital and has over 30 years’ experience in developing fast kinetic spectrophotometry techniques, fluorescence–based oxygen sensors, a range of accelerators and radiation sources applicable to radiobiology studies and numerous other biomedical instrumentation systems.


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