McGill University Health Centre
Department of Oncology
Medical Physics Unit
Department of Physics
I am a clinical medical physicist at the Cedars Cancer Centre of the McGill University Health Centre in Montreal, Quebec. In addition to my clinical duties, I lead two active medical physics research programs with collaborators in McGill's School of Computer Science, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and in industry (Detec Inc). I also teach the Health Physics for Medical Physicists class in McGill's CAMPEP-accredited Medical Physics M.Sc program.
My clinical medical physics duties include radiotherapy treatment support, treatment plan quality control, brachytherapy treatment planning and quality assurance of radiotherapy equipment. I also lead the risk management committee in radiation oncology at the MUHC, perform certain radiation safety duties as part of the Medical Physics radiation safety committee and lead various software (particularly database-related) projects for the Cedars Cancer Centre.