Lab News

July 2019

New RMAS Physics Faculty


We are pleased to announce the arrival of our newest Medical Physics faculty member, Kelly Kisling PhD. Kelly completed her PhD at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas following receiving a BS in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  She joins our growing Physics Clinical/Research Team and will focus on Knowledge-Based Planning approaches in 3DCRT.  She will split her clinical responsibilities between external beam and brachytherapy.