Medical and Scientific Services has been providing expertise to the Australasian region for over 16 years. Specific services include compliance testing of Diagnostic X-ray equipment, radiation safety training courses, shielding design, documentation, physics supervision for radiotherapy procedures and consulting on all matters physics and radiation related.
Medical and Scientific Services’ team is made up of three core consultants and a specialised team of part-time consultants, who provide expertise when required.
Company Founder and Director
Jonathon has had a long record of success in Medical and Scientific fields and is currently the Radiation Safety Officer for Curtin University, The Mount Hospital, Hollywood Private Hospital, Joondalup Health Campus, St John of God Hospital Murdoch, St John of God Hospital Midland and for the Department of Treasury and Finance for its Mt Walton Intractable Waste Disposal Facility for the Government of Western Australia. Also served as the Radiation and Safety Officer for the University of Western Australia.
Jonathon holds a Master’s Degree (Medical Physics) from the University of Surrey (UK) and Bachelor of Applied Science (Physics) from W.A. Institute of Technology.
He has interests in art – sculpture, drawing and painting and upcycled furniture from recycled materials.
Jonathon is passionate about sustainability was a founding Director of BioWorks Australia which brings biodiesel manufacturing capacity to local communities and runs biodiesel workshops throughout Australia and overseas. Organised the hugely successful Perth Sun Fair for 10 years a sustainable living event attracting 15000 visitors per year, builds sustainable toys and invented and constructed the popular People Powered Popup Cinema. He has Solar Power Station number 1 in Western Australia on the ORER.
Cameron joined Medical and Scientific Services in 2010. He completed his undergraduate work at The University of Western Australia, obtaining a Bachelor of Economics and a Bachelor of Science, with an honours degree in Bio-Physics. He then obtained a Masters degree of Applied Physics (Medical & Health) at RMIT University in Melbourne.
Cameron’s time away from physics is monopolised by triathlon, with multiple state titles in Triathlon, Duathlon and Aquathon events, a well as representing Australia at an international level.
Megan joined Medical and Scientific Services in 2017. She has worked as Supervising Medical Physicist and Senior Medical Physicist, Department of Medical Technology and Physics, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Nedlands, WA. Whilst working at SCGH he co-ordinate testing of irradiating apparatus for Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Osborne Park Hospital and King Edward Memorial Hospital. Commissioning of the new Perth Children’s Hospital.
Professional and Other Memberships
WA ACPSEM Committee Member
Senior Medical Physicist, Medical Physics Royal Perth Hospital, Medical Physics Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Professor Vincent Wallace B.Sc., Ph.D., C.Phys.
Research Associate Professor of Medical Physics at the University of Western Australia
1990-1993 B.Sc. (Hons) Physics, University College, London, UK.
1993-1997 Ph.D. Medical Physics, Institute of Cancer Research, University of London,