24 August 2012
Clive Baldock recently commenced his new role as Executive Dean of Science at Macquarie University. Prior to this, he was Head of the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. Clive has a BSc (Honours) in Physics from the University of Sussex, MSc in Radiation Physics and PhD in Medical Physics from the University of London.
Clive worked as a medical physicist at several hospitals in the UK before moving to Australia in 1997 to lead the Radiotherapy Physics and Dosimetry Research Group at QUT. He moved to the University of Sydney in 2003 where he established the Institute of Medical Physics and Masters of Medical Physics and Masters of Applied Nuclear Science postgraduate coursework programs. Before becoming Head of the School of Physics in 2010 at the University of Sydney, he was Associate Dean for Postgraduate Coursework in the Faculty of Science.
In 2010, Clive completed his Master of Tertiary Education Management at the LH Martin Institute.
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