Department of Physics and Astronomy

Recent Ph.D.'s in Biological and Medical Physics

Name Ph.D. Received Dissertation Title Adviser Employment
Paudel, Nava 2014 May Nanoparticle-aided Radiation Therapy: Micro-dosimetry and Evaluation of the Mediators Producing Biological Damage Diana Shvydka Medical Physics Resident in University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), Little Rock, Arkansas
Sperling, Nicholas 2013 December A Novel Algorithm for the Reconstruction of an Entrance Beam Fluence from Treatment Exit Patient Portal Dosimetry Images E. I. Parsai Assistant Professor, University of Toledo College of Medicine
Gautum, Bhoj 2013 May Study of Dosimetric and Thermal Properties of a Newly Developed Thermo-brachytherapy Seed for Treatment of Solid Tumors E. I. Parsai Staff Medical Physicist, Precess Medical Derivatives, Inc.
Jin, Xiance 2011 Evaluation of large area polycrystalline CdTe detector for diagnostic X-ray imaging E. Ishmael Parsai  
Smith, Megan Schwenker 2010 An Investigation into CaDNA Conformation as a Function of Relative Humidity S. A. Lee Lecturer, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Toledo
Zhang, Zhengdong 2009 August* Quantitative Assessment of Radiation Dosimetry from a MammoSite Balloon, FSD Applicator and a Newly Designed HDR Applicator for Treatment of GYN Cancers Using Monte Carlo Simulations E. I. Parsai Medical Physicist,  Exponential inc., Owings Mills, MD
Kang, Jun 2008 December* Thin film CdTe as high energy X-ray detector material for medical applications E. I. Parsai Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Radiation Oncology, Johns Hopkins U.
Pearson, David 2008 December* Evaluation of Dosimetric Properties of 6 MV& 10 MV Photon Beams from a Linear Accelerator with no Flattening Filter E. I. Parsai Assistant Professor UTMC, Department of Radiation Oncology
Li, Jun 2004 December* Analysis of Dose Characteristics from Beveled Applicators in Intra-Operative Radiation Therapy (IORT) Using Monte Carlo Simulation, Wellhofer Measurement and Film Dosimetry E. I. Parsai Lead Physicist, Trident Cancer Center, Charleston, SC
Szabo, Attila 1997 June Spectroscopic and Calorimetric Investigation of [(bipy)Pt(en)]2+ and Dauomycin-induced Conformational Transitions in DNA S. A. Lee Programmer Analyst, Crutchfield Corp (Charlottesville, VA)

*Indicates Ph.D. concentration in medical physics
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