Locum Medical Physicist with variety of experience.
- Locum Medical Physicist at Carroll Hospital
- Medical Physicist at MRP Inc
- Medical Physicist at WVU Medicine
- Medical Physics Resident at Cancer Therapy and Research Center
2 months at this Job
- Doctor of Medical Physics - Radiation Therapy
- Bachelor's - Medical Physics
As the sole physicist in the laboratory, my duties included quality assurance testing, instrument calibration, novel research and experimentation and providing support for the lab's master chemist in chemical testing trials and formulation of the company's product components. To be specific, VersaFlex Inc; specialized in producing materials known as polyureas for myriad applications including protective coatings and joint filler/repair. I'd like to elaborate on each of my daily functions, beginning with quality assurance testing. On a daily basis, I ran VersaFlex polymers materials through an array of mechanical and chemical tests to ensure that our clients were receiving product that would behave as required for their specific application. The main tests that I employed were mechanical in nature and designed to test mechanical properties of the materials such as tensile strength, tensile elongation and tensile stress/strain. All quality assurance tests were carried out in accordance with ASTM methodology and results were reported in an unbiased manner with statistical errors reported as one would expect. In a similar fashion FTIR instruments were used to confirm the chemical constituents of a polyurea material were formulated correctly. Various other ASTM-spec tests were performed but in a much less consistent manner. Next, I would periodically perform calibration on instruments that needed to be calibrated. These instruments included, but were not limited to, the ADMET machine used for all tensile testing of materials, the FTIR, the color spectrum analyzer and the thermomechanical analysis (TMA) system that I would perform more elaborate and precise experiments on various well known polyurea materials as well as novel or experimental polyurea based materials.
- Physicist at VersaFlex Inc;
3 months at this Job
-Developed algorithms to model the heating of machine gun barrels during burst firings and to simulate the interior ballistic cycle of single- and dual-chamber guns. -Performed dynamic analysis of multi-rigid-body systems such as ground vehicles and rocket-propelled mine-clearing line charges. -Designed and created a unique test apparatus which characterizes the particle size distribution of red phosphorus smoke and its attenuation of infrared and visible light. Conceived and developed custom software for data acquisition, reduction and statistical analysis. -Led the qualification of a new gun propellant. Reviewed military specifications for characterization, performance, hazard classification, and insensitive munitions requirements and prepared detailed test procedures accordingly. Provided comprehensive reports presenting test results and interpretation.
- Physicist at National Technical Systems (NTS)
- Senior Project at California State University
9 years, 6 months at this Job
- Master of Science - Physics
- Bachelor of Science - Physics
Medical Physicist for Sequoia Regional Cancer Centers in Visalia and Hanford.
◦ RSO for SRCC and Kaweah Delta Health Care District, Visalia
➢ Modalities ◦ EBRT: Three linacs (1 TrueBeam, 2 EX's, Toshiba CT) ◦ HDR: Elekta HDR unit Flexitron. Modalities: Vaginal, Cervix, Esophagus, Lung, PBI (Contura, Savi, MLMS), Prostate, Interstitial ◦ Radioisotope Treatments: I131, Samarium153, Zevalin, ◦ Prostate Seed Implant: I125, Pd103
- Medical Physicist at Sequoia Regional Cancer Center
- Medical Physicist/RSO at Hays Medical Center
- Medical Physicist at
- Medical Physicist/RSO at Tri-Cities Cancer Center
14 years at this Job
- Ph.D. - Physics
- M.Sc. - Physics
Worked with a team of researchers on writing proposals to NA-22, DTRA and DNDO on using active interrogation techniques to detect weapons of mass destruction in cargo containers and detector development for a fast neutron multiplicity counter using Stilbene scintillators. Perform x-ray radiography on fuel rods using a Golden XR 150 x-ray generator and a digital camera for pellet size verification. Also, performed x- ray radiography of electronic circuits for authentication and verification tool in treaty verification. Tested and employed a Cauchois crystal spectrometer based on Bragg diffraction from a bent quartz single crystal for a feasibility study to determine U and Pu content in spent fuel. Secured 3 years of funding thru NA-243, Office of Nuclear Verification, for treaty verification. This work required detection of plutonium and highly enriched uranium behind an information barrier using a neutron multiplicity coincidence counter in both active and passive detection modes and a high purity germanium gamma-ray detector for isotopic analysis. The system was a proof-of-principle concept to support a future treaty between the United States and Russia. Reports were sent to headquarters at the end of each year. The final results were published at the Institute of Nuclear Material Management (INMM). Managed several test campaigns on testing vendors portal monitors for the Second Line of Defense. This required a tractor trailer rig and several cargo contains filled with naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM) and special nuclear material (SNM) to drive thru the portal monitors to determine the performance of the monitor to detector SNM in the presence of NORM. Wrote several reports to headquarters about the results. Managed several non-destructive gamma-ray hold-up measurements for various decommissioned facilities at LANL. These measurements were required by the Department of Energy before the buildings were demolished to identify any radioactive legacy items left behind. Reports were sent to headquarters. Worked on a warhead measurement campaign for NA-22 and NA-10 at Pantex using a variety of detectors. This resulted in obtaining high quality data of the enduring stockpile for future detector development, modeling and possible treaty verification. Use MCNP to model a variety of neutron and photon experiments for various applications. Department of Energy clearance.
- Physicist at LANL
- Adjunct Professor at University of Massachusetts, Lowell Campus, Department of Physics
- Experimental Nuclear Physicist at University of Massachusetts, Department of Physics
14 years at this Job
- Doctor of Philosophy - Physics
- Master of Science - Physics
- Bachelor of Science - Physics
Recent graduate with some lab experience.
- Physicist at Lab Assistant
4 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Science in Physics - Computer Science
Scientific research and analysis on remote sensing / computer vision technology. Details NA (sensitive nature).
- Physicist at NAVAIR
- Electromagnetism and Sensors at NASA
- Caregiver to disabled family member at
- Process-Development Engineer at Avago Technologies
6 months at this Job
- MS - Applied Physics
- BS - Physics
Because the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of human diseases relies heavily on the medical equipment, critical apparatuses and procedures used. so my responsibility as a medical physicist to design, develop, test and assess these factors, using specialist knowledge of physics and other technical disciplines.
- Medical Physicist at Radiology Center
- at Nextgen" International magazine"
- medical rep at
- Part time Volunteer at Resala and Sona Elhyah
5 years, 2 months at this Job
- A-level - physics
with over 40 years of experience in applied health physics applications and program management. I also hold comprehensive certification in safety.
• June-2017 - Present, Consultant Health Physicist, East Norriton, PA, Provide radiological health and safety consulting to clients. Current project includes developing a radiation protection plan for a technologically enhanced naturally occurring radioactive material (TENORM) processing facility, determining shielding requirements for 320 kVp industrial x-ray facility.
- Experienced certified health physicist at TENORM
- Health Physicist (Radiation Safety Officer) at US Army
- Safety Specialist (Radiological Engineer) at Global Energy Services
- Certified Health Physicist at New World Environmental, Inc
1 year, 7 months at this Job
Radiological monitoring of personnel, equipment, materials, area, and environmental samples. Dosimetry issuing and processing. Editing and technical review of procedures. Interface with engineers, floor supervisors, management, radiation control, and nuclear workers to react to contamination events and prevent future events. Auditing, training, and surveillance.
• Primary contact for perimeter monitoring, emergency TLDs
• Emergency Response: Dose Assessment Evaluator/Radiological Data Discussion Bridge
• Secret clearance
• Casualty Response Health Physicist
• Passed Part 1 of Health Physicist Certification
- Health Physicist at PSNS & IMF
- Health Physicist at Norfolk Naval Shipyard
- Spectroscopist at GE/GNF
- Co-founder and Co-Owner at Lehman Publishing Co.
3 years, 2 months at this Job
- - Chemical Technology
- Ph.D., M.S. - Materials Science
- B.S. - Engineering Science