I am an assistant attending physicist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s regional Nassau facility and a member of the integrated Long Island physics group. My clinical responsibilities include major equipment and patient-specific quality assurance, physics consultation, support to treatment planners, therapists, and radiation oncologists.
As a clinical physicist and former theoretical physicist, I aspire to advance cancer care through science and mathematical rigor. My research focuses on inverse problems and artificial intelligence. I am especially interested in novel treatment-planning schemes based on integral geometry and artificial intelligence. I am also actively working on AI-based intrafractional motion monitoring systems to improve the accuracy of image-guided radiation therapy.
I obtained my PhD in theoretical condensed matter physics from Brown University and completed my clinical residency at the University of Florida.