Dr. Graeme Wardlaw
About Dr. Graeme Wardlaw
Graduated with Ph.D. in Medical Physics & Applied Radiation Sciences from McMaster University in 2010 with a focus on assessment of tissue microvasculature using Blood Oxygen Level Dependent (BOLD) MRI. From 2009 - 2020 he was a member of Health Canada’s Consumer & Clinical Radiation Protection Bureau (CCRPB) staff, with a principle focus on safe and effective use of x-ray based imaging devices. Projects spanned topics such as radiation dosimetry, digital image quality and testing methodology, and Diagnostic Reference Levels (DRLs) for Computed Tomography.
He has served terms as a member of the COMP Imaging Committee, maintenance teams for the International Electro-technical Commission (IEC) for both, Computed Tomography (MT 30) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MT 40). And has also served terms on the Ottawa Medical Physics Institute (OMPI) executive committee, as the monthly seminar organiser/facilitator.
Since late 2020, he has worked as a staff member of the Accelerators & Class II Facilities Division (ACFD) of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.