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Kaye Morgan works in x-ray imaging in the School of Physics and Astronomy in the Faculty of Science at Monash University, currently holding a Future Fellowship from the Australian Research Council (ARC). Previous to this, Kaye held a Veski Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, spending several years at the Technische Universität München as a Hans Fischer Fellowship.  This followed an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award, awarded in the year following her PhD. 

Kaye works in the field of x-ray optics, developing new methods of imaging that reach new scales in resolution, speed and sensitivity, and access new contrast modalities. One such modality is phase contrast x-ray imaging (PCXI), which examines changes in the x-ray phase rather than the x-ray intensity, revealing soft tissue structures like the airways that are not seen in conventional x-ray imaging. Another is x-ray dark-field imaging, which reveals where sub-pixel unresolved structures scatter the x-ray wavefield. Dr Morgan is working both on developing and extending these methods and on applying them to medical research questions. Imaging is performed largely at the SPring-8 synchrotron, the Australian Synchrotron and the Munich Compact Light Source.  

Research interests

You can watch a brief description of her research here and find more detail here.

For most recent publications, see GoogleScholar.

External positions

Hans Fischer Fellow, Technische Universitat Munchen (Technical University of Munich)


Research area keywords

  • Synchrotron Imaging
  • Airway Imaging
  • X-ray Optics
  • Phase Contrast X-ray Imaging


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