I joined the Department of Medical Physics in 2017 as an Assistant Attending Physicist. My clinical duty is to provide a full range of physics support to ensure safe and accurate radiation therapy for our patients.
My research interest has been focused on developing novel imaging modalities and methods for both diagnosis and treatment. As an expert in cone beam CT imaging, I will continue developing 4D CT, 4D cone beam CT, and motion modeling techniques to improve image-guided radiotherapy. In addition, I am interested in applying a machine-learning framework for image reconstruction and processing.
I received my PhD in physics from the University of Rochester in 2010 and completed medical physics residency at Harvard Medical School in 2017.