Natasa Solomou graduated from the University of Cyprus in 2007, receiving a BSc in Physics. She then followed postgraduate studies at the University of Surrey, graduating in 2009 with an MSc in Medical Physics. Prior to and following her graduation, she gained hospital experience and undertook placements in various Medical Physics departments across Glasgow, at the Royal Marsden (Sutton), the Bank of Cyprus Oncology Centre and New Nicosia General Hospital. During this period, she also worked as a private tutor teaching Physics, Biology and Mathematics to secondary school pupils.
In September 2010, she enrolled in the Institute of Physics and Engineering of Medicine (IPEM) training for clinical scientists, East Midlands Training Consortium. The training consisted of three placements, namely Diagnostic Radiology, Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine Physics. The first two placements were undertaken at Lincoln County Hospital, whereas the last at Queen’s Medical Centre and City Hospital, Nottingham. After successfully completing her training, she was awarded an IPEM Post Graduate Diploma in January 2014. She commenced her Advanced Training in Radiotherapy Physics in January 2014 at Lincoln County Hospital and moved to Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals in July 2014. She is a member of IPEM, AAPM, Cyprus Association of Medical Physicists and Cyprus Association of Physicists.