I am an assistant attending physicist in the Radiation Dosimetry Core in the Division of Radiotherapy Physics within the Department of Medical Physics.
I obtained my BS in physics from the University of Connecticut and went on to earn my PhD in physics from Louisiana State University. Subsequently, I returned to the Northeast where I completed my residency at Yale New Haven Hospital & Yale Medical School before beginning my role at MSK.
I am responsible for the implementation and execution of routine quality assurance on equipment and procedures throughout the department. I also participate in the development of new workflows and clinical procedures.
My current research interests focus on the automation of quality assurance and translation of research tools to robust user-friendly systems.
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