Medical Imaging Physics Residency
Residents & Fellows

Rotations & Section Heads

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Health Physics

  • Duration: 3 months
  • Training: Evaluation of doses, workload determination, and radiation safety features of equipment and treatment room, broad beam transmission measurements, personnel monitoring report interpretation, interpretation of regulations, measurements on patients treated with radiopharmaceuticals.
  • Section Head: Lawrence Dauer, PhD

Diagnostic X-Ray Quality Assurance Laboratory

  • Duration: 12 months
    • Training: For each rotation, or subsection thereof, in which calibration, QC, or acceptance tests are performed on imaging units, the resident’s competency will be evaluated by the faculty adviser on the following:  Ability to determine proper operation of unit(s) evaluated by performing calculations of required quantities. Assessment of unit safety-Correct reporting on findings to service.
  • Section Head: Yusuf Erdi, PhD

Imaging Informatics

  • Duration: 1 month
  • Training: The rotation will include supervised QC surveys of 5 or more PACS interpretation stations. After completing the rotation, the resident will conduct testing on a PACS unit without    supervision and prepare an action report. The mentor will verify the findings and evaluate the resident’s performance.
  • Section Head: John Humm, PhD and Yusuf Erdi, PhD

Nuclear Medicine

  • Duration: 3 months
  • Training: This is a 3 month rotation divided in to 3 one monthly segments.
    • Radiation Detectors – Non Imaging Equipment
    • Imaging Systems
    • Clinical Nuclear Medicine Protocols
  • Section Head: John Humm, PhD

Small Animal Imaging

  • Duration: 1 month
  • Training: The Resident will observe and participate in quality control and calibration procedures on all small animal imaging modalities. The Resident will also participate in actual imaging and therapeutic irradiation procedures on experimental animals (i.e. tumor-bearing mice and rats).
  • Section Head: Pat Zanzonico, PhD

Magnetic Resonance

  • Duration: 3 months
  • Training:  The rotation will consist of two components. During the course of the rotation, the resident will participate in both a research project analyzing quantitative clinical MR data and also in the Quality Assurance Program that the American College of Radiology mandates for all MRI units for accreditation.
  • Section Head: Ricardo Otazo, PhD, Kristen Zakian, PhD, and Silvia Cenzano, MS

Oncologic Imaging

  • Section Head: Micheal Lovelock, PhD

Teaching Faculty

Imaging

  • Joaquin Altamirano
  • Silvia Cenzano, MS
  • Daniel Chiappetta
  • Hung Ching, PhD
  • Bae Chu, MS
  • Cassia Kelly, MS
  • Adam Kessner, PhD
  • Assen Kirov, PhD
  • Daniel Long, PhD
  • Tadeus Lukasiewicz
  • Dustin Lynch, MS
  • Usman Mahmoud, MS
  • Daniel Miodownik, MS
  • Brian Quinn, MS
  • Andres Ruuge
  • Ross Schmidtlein, PhD
  • Brian Serencsits
  • Wei Tang, MS
  • Matthew Williamson, MS