Bo-Anders Jönsson

Professor, Medical Radiation Physics Expert

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Clinical Medicine
  • Natural Sciences


My research group of Small-scale dosimetry develops radiation dosimetry models based on micro-anatomical structures of radiation sensitive organs and tissues. My main interest is radiation protection dosimetry and radiobiology. The aim is to apply a dosimetry model and use autoradiography techniques in order to visualize a non-uniform radioactivity distribution in the tissues, calculate the radiation dose to different targets in the tissue and relate to biological effects, detected by immunofluorescence techniques.


I have a pronounced interest in pedagogics and didactics. I have extensive teaching experience and have been deeply involved in academic teaching, training and supervision of numerous target groups; students at basic and advanced levels, Ph.D. students, nurses, medical doctors, junior and senior medical physicists and others health professions for more than 30 years. I have a wide-ranging experience in course and programme development, as well as preparation of syllabuses, core curriculums and professional competences for medical radiation physicists, nationally as well as internationally. In my commission as pro-dean I have among other things, initiated and promoted an enhanced school collaboration in Skåne and been actively involved in the establishment of a research school in science communication.

Recent research outputs

Åsa Lindberg-Sand, Anders Sonesson, Gudrun Edgren, Elmgren, M., Henriksson, A-S., Bo-Anders Jönsson & Edvardsson Stiwne, E., 2013, Sveriges universitetslärarförbund (SULF).

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