I am an assistant attending medical physicist in the Department of Medical Physics at MSK’s outpatient facility in Monmouth, New Jersey. My clinical responsibility is to provide a full range of physics support for a safe and accurate radiotherapy practice.
I earned my PhD in medical physics from Duke University, specializing in the development of four-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging. I completed my medical physics residency at the MD Anderson Cancer Center while continuing to develop my collaborations and interest in MR-linac. I joined the MSK faculty after graduating from the residency program.
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