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Matthew T. Studenski, Ph.D., DABR

Certifications
American Board of Radiology – Therapeutic Medical Physics

Roles
Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology
Co-Director of Medical Physics Residency Program
Director of Brachytherapy Program

Research Interests
Intensity modulated radiation therapy, volumetric modulated arc therapy, image guided radiation therapy, patient dosimetry, and brachytherapy

Awards
Outstanding Reviewer of 2014 – International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics
University of Florida James Swander Memorial Scholarship
University of Michigan Varsity Football Dr. Arthur Robinson Scholarship Award
University of Michigan Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Merit Scholarship
University of Michigan Regents Scholarship
University of Michigan Varsity Football Scholar Athlete

Education
2011 – CAMPEP Medical Physics Residency – Thomas Jefferson University
2009 – Ph.D. Nuclear and Radiological Engineering – University of Florida
2008 – M.S. Nuclear and Radiological Engineering – University of Florida
2006 – M.S.E. Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences – University of Michigan
2005 – B.S.E Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences – University of Michigan

Biography
Matthew Studenski, Ph.D. received his B.S.E. and M.S.E. degrees from the University of Michigan in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences where his focus was Health Physics research. In 2006, he continued his graduate studies in Medical Physics at the University of Florida where he studied the capabilities of a mobile PET/SPECT bedside imaging system. In 2008 he received a second M.S. degree and in 2009 he completed his Ph.D. Following his graduate studies at the University of Florida, he completed a CAMPEP accredited Medical Physics Residency at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. He stayed on as a faculty member for two years following his residency where he was the Associate Medical Physics Residency Director. In July of 2013, Dr. Studenski joined the University of Miami as an Assistant Professor where he currently acts as the Associate Medical Physics Residency Director and the Brachytherapy Director. He has published over 20 peer reviewed manuscripts and presented over 30 abstracts at national meetings. He is also a member of the AAPM Radiation Oncology Medical Physics Education Subcommittee.