As a board-certified medical physicist, I work to provide safe and effective radiation therapy for people with cancer. I received my PhD in medical physics from the University of Chicago with a focus on MR-guided focused ultrasound, and completed my residency in radiation oncology medical physics at New York University. My current research interests are clinically focused at the intersection of therapy and imaging.
As a New Jersey native, I am delighted to be serving the Monmouth County community at our state-of-the-art facility.
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