Associate Professor Susanna Guatelli awarded a PhD in Physics at the University of Genova in 2006. After few years as Research Fellow at the Italian Nuclear Physics National Institute and at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, she became an academic of the School of Physics and Centre For Medical and Radiation Physics, University of Wollongong. Susanna is an international leading expert of radiation transport Monte Carlo simulations for radiation physics when applied to bio-medicine, including in radiation protection in Earth labs, aviation and space. In 2021 she was awarded with the prestigious Women in Physics Award of the Australian Institute of Physics, which celebrates female physicists that gave a significant contribution to research in physics. In 2022 she became a member of the ARC (Australian Research Council) Panel of experts. She has been chair/co-chair of many workshops and conference sessions dedicated to Monte Carlo simulations for bio-medicine. She is Associate Editor of Applied Radiation and Isotopes and Physica Medica.