I am an assistant attending physicist in the Department of Medical Physics at the MSK main campus. I received my BS in physics from Peking University in China in 2013 and my PhD in medical physics from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2017, with research experience in iterative CT reconstruction. I completed a medical physics residency at Emory University in 2019, and I stayed at Emory as an assistant professor and board-certified medical physicist before joining MSK in 2022.
I provide clinical physics services in all aspects of radiation therapy and specialize in brachytherapy and Gamma Knife. I am currently working on a variety of research projects, including image segmentation and image synthesizing. I am interested in improving automation in clinical workflow and enabling advanced treatment strategy.