Work with a small team under the supervision of Faculty Medical Physicists to perform quality assurance measurements for clinical treatments and assist with various research measurements and analysis.
Perform patient-specific dosimetric measurements, dose calculations, dosimetric and geometric comparisons, and perform analysis for radiation oncology treatments. Measurements will include film acquisition and digitization, flat panel detectors, ion chambers, diodes, and other dosimetric devices.
Acquire quality assurance information including machine data, patient setup, and imaging information during radiation oncology patient treatments. Set up these data for analysis with respect to expected results. Assist in commissioning of new quality assurance equipment as appropriate.
Perform patient-specific and process-related quality assurance checks of the treatment planning and delivery process from patient immobilization through CT-simulation, treatment planning and delivery, and delivery-related imaging and QA data.
Assist with the introduction of new technology and procedures into radiation oncology treatment practice. Perform dosimetric measurements, analysis, documentation and training for commissioning of radiation oncology equipment.
Support advanced patient imaging and positioning protocols by developing procedures and instructing staff.
Acquire and analyze patient data for retrospective or prospective clinical and protocol studies.
Bachelor's degree in Physics, Nuclear Engineering or applied science (or equivalent experience).
Specialized training in radiological physics or dosimetry, or an equivalent amount of education and experience.
Experience in data analysis techniques, experimentation, and software analysis tools is desirable. 1+ years of experience with radiation measurement techniques and use and testing of a radiation treatment planning system is also desirable.
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