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Computational Physicist at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The Computational Research Physicist in the Department of Radiation Oncology, St Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee, USA.
Theoretical explorations of applied radiation oncology research challenges, through experimentation and scientific computing, and modeling. Scientific computing duties include planning, designing, coding, validation, implementation, application and documentation of applications that support the clinical and research mission of the Radiation Oncology Department.
Monte Carlo Dose, Linear Energy Transfer and derived Biological Dose calculations of patients treated with Intensity Modulated Proton Treatment technique.
Physical and radiation dosimetric characterization of advanced treatment systems in Proton Therapy, advanced treatment planning tools and techniques, new methods of localization, verification and adaptive therapy incorporating multimodality imaging such as PET, CT, MRI and 4D CT/4D MRI with the goal of improving therapy through a better understanding of dynamic patient and treatment processes.
My personal background and history:
I was born in Khojayli District of Karakalpakstan, Republic of Uzbekistan. From 1979 to 1989 I have studied in Secondary School N24 named after Yuldash Akhunbabaev. From 1989 to 1994 I have stadied in Tashkent State Pedogagical University named after Nizamii, Tashkent Uzbekistan. After graduation I taught physics at school in Tashkent and worked in Tashkent State University as a physics instructor. I was aspirant in Nuclear Institute of Academy Sciences of Uzbekistan in 1998 before I joined Texas A&M University.
Currently I am Computational Physicist
Basic Scince Council Member for Institutional High Performance Computing
Member in Departmental IT group