I am the Residency Program Director for Landauer Medical Physics. In addition to my residency duties, I am National Director of Medical Physics for Cancer Treatment Centers of America. I reside in Newnan, GA. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Florida and graduate school at UT M.D. Anderson. I completed my ABR certification in 2014. I enjoy spending time with my beautiful wife and children.
I am a clinical medical physicist based in Indianapolis, IN and Assistant Residency Program Director for Landauer Medical Physics therapy program. I graduated Indiana University with a BS in Physics in 2000 and University of Wisconsin with a MS in Medical Physics in 2003. I completed my ABR board certification exams in 2007. When I’m not at work, I am transporting my two kids to a myriad of after-school activities.
I am a clinical medical physicist and Associate Site Director for the Landauer residency program at CTCA Chicago. I attended Purdue University for both undergraduate and graduate studies, completing my M.S. in medical physics in 2007. I completed my ABR board certification exams in 2011. When I’m not at work, I have a passion for sports, music, cooking, and spending time with my friends and family.
I am the Chief Medical Physicist and Associate Site Director of the Landauer residency program at the CTCA-Atlanta site. I obtained my PhD in medical physics from Purdue University in 2005 and ABR board certification in Therapeutic Medical Physics in 2009. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, traveling, playing Go, and meditation.
I am a clinical medical physicist and Associate Site Director of the Landauer residency program at Atrium Health in Charlotte. My undergraduate degree in Physics and Computer Science is from the University of Victoria, and I earned a Ph.D. in medical physics from the University of London. In 2016, I completed my ABR board certification exams. Outside of work, I enjoy travelling with my wife, tabletop games and woodworking.
I am a clinical medical physicist and Associate Site Director of the Landauer residency program at Missouri Baptist Medical Center in St. Louis. I graduated in 2002 with a B.S. in Physics from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and a M.S. in Medical Physics in 2006 from the University of Wisconsin. I joined Landauer Medical Physics (CPSI at the time) in 2008 and completed my ABR board certification in 2015. In my spare time, I enjoy building Lego sets with my husband and playing with our two dogs.
I joined P&CP in 1998, which was purchased by Landauer Medical Physics (LMP) in 2008. I am the Director of Dosimetry, Dosimetry Coordinator for the LMP Physics Residency Program, and currently hold the title of Past-President of the American Association of Medical Dosimetrists. I have been doing dosimetry for 25 years, starting in Radiologic Technology and then obtaining a degree in Radiation Therapy, and completing a bachelor’s in health care administration. I am very passionate about Medical Dosimetry and teaching others how to be excellent dosimetrists.
I am the Operations Manager for Landauer Medical Physics and have been with the group for 11 years. I attended Wright State University for Business Management. In my free time I enjoy gardening, cooking, all things music and spending time with family and friends.