New paper “Mitigating disruptions, and scalability of radiation oncology physics work during the COVID-19 pandemic,” is published in Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics (2020). https://doi.org/10.1002/acm2.12896
New paper “Feasibility of proton FLASH irradiation using a clinical synchrocyclotron for preclinical studies,” is published in Medical Physics (2020). https://doi.org/10.1002/mp.14253
New paper “Light sources and dosimetry techniques for photodynamic therapy,” is published in Photochemistry and Photobiology 96(2), 280-294 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1111/php.13219
Nima Tatari started his PhD research on computational and experimental particle therapy dosimetry in our lab. Welcome Nima!
Our new paper “On the spectral characterization of radiochromic films irradiated with clinical proton beams,” is published in Physics in Medicine & Biology 64(13), 135016 (2019). Read abstract here.»
Our new paper “Response characterization of EBT‐XD radiochromic films in megavoltage photon and electron beams,” is published in Medical Physics (2019). Read abstract here. »
Ellie was awarded 2019 AAPM Summer Undergraduate Fellowship to conduct research in our lab. Welcome Ellie!
Congratulations to Dan Mulrow! Dan won FIRST PLACE in the 2019 Young Investigator Symposium for the AAPM MRV Chapter.
Our new paper “Spectral analysis of the EBT3 radiochromic films for clinical photon and electron beams,” is published in Medical Physics 46(2), 973-982 (2019). Read abstract here. »
Dan will attend 2019 SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco and give an oral presentation about our recent work on spectroscopic characterization of radiochromic films.
Dr. Darafsheh was awarded this grant for his work toward developing novel high-resolution radioluminescent dosimeters for proton therapy.
Danny was awarded AAPM DREAM fellowship to perform a summer internship in our lab.
Our work “Fiber optic dosimeters based on silver-only coated hollow waveguides for radiation therapy dosimetry” has been selected to be featured in “Science Highlights” at AAPM Annual Meeting 2018.