I received my PhD in medical physics from Duke University in 2018, and I completed my therapeutic residency at the University of Pennsylvania in 2020. After completing my residency, I joined the Department of Medical Physics at MSK as an Assistant Attending Physicist in the Radiotherapy Service. My research interests include motion management and developing novel imaging techniques for imaging inter- and intra-fraction tumor motion for liver and lung cancer. I am also passionate about teaching and mentoring as well as promoting diversity and inclusion within the field of medical physics.
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