Professor Bradley, Emeritus Professor at the University of Surrey and currently Head of the Centre for Radiation Sciences at Sunway University in Malaysia, has an established standing in the field of applied nuclear and radiation physics. To-date he has published some 600 papers receiving 4500 citations. His work has also led to a number of commercial applications, with contributions that have underpinned the formation of two University spin-out companies, TrueInvivo Ltd in the UK and Lumisyns Sdn. Bhd. in Malaysia, both developing luminescence systems for medical dosimetry.
Professor Bradley has held several major international roles: Member of the British Standards Institute (BSI) NCE/2 Radiation Protection and Measurement Group and the Protect Team PT 62945 project Computed Tomography (CT) Security-Screening Systems; Consulting Editor (previously Editor-in-Chief) of the Elsevier Journals Applied Radiation & Isotopes and Radiation Physics & Chemistry; Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal of Radiology; Member of Board of Directors of The International Centre for Environmental and Nuclear Sciences (ICENS), University of the West Indies; Executive Councillor of the International Radiation Physics Society (IRPS), 2015-2018, previously Secretary of IRPS for a six-year period and now President Elect of IRPS. Professor Bradley has also been the recipient of a number of international awards including the Institute of Physics & Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) Academic Gold Medal 2016 and the and the JARI Medal (Medal of the Journal of Applied Radiation and Isotopes), 2009. ‘In recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of Radiation Physics, also receiving the accolade of Academic Icon at the University of Malaya, 2012 to 2016. Professor Bradley has been successful in developing a strong grant portfolio and has supervised the work of some 25 PhD students and 5 postdoctoral research associates.