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Nesrin Dogan, Ph.D.

American Board of Radiology-Therapeutic Medical Physics

Professor of Radiation Oncology
Vice-Chair and Director of Medical Physics
Director or Medical Physics Residency Program
Co-Director of Medical Physics Graduate Program

AAPM Fellow
Funded as Core Leader for NIH Program Project Grant
AAPM Medical Physics Travel Grant
The University of Michigan Rackham Graduate Shool Barbour Scholarship Award for Women
Turkish Ministry of Education Scholarship
Summa Cum Laude in Engineering Physics

1995 Postdoctoral Research Fellow
University of Michigan
1993 Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
University of Michigan
1985 M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering
Hacettepe University

Nesrin Dogan, Ph.D. received her Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 1993. After completing her post doctoral fellowship in the Radiation Oncology Department at the University Michigan in 1995, she joined CMS., inc. in St. Louis. In August 1998, she joined the medical physics faculty at Loyola University Chicago Medical School. In 2003, Dr. Dogan joined the medical physics faculty at VCU as an IMRT group leader, becoming a professor in 2010, clinical physics residency director in 2006, and clinical physics director in 2007. In November 2012, Dr. Dogan joined the Radiation Oncology Department at the University of Miami as Professor, Vice Chair and Director of Medical Physics. Dr. Dogan is board certified by the ABR in Therapeutic Radiologic Physics. She has published over 40 papers in peer-reviewed journals and over 70 abstracts. She is one of the associate senior editors for the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics Journal.  She currently serves as the chair of the CAMPEP Residency Education Program Committee, and she is also a member of the CAMPEP Board of Directors. She has served on a variety of committees for the AAPM, as Member of TG-119, Budget Committee, President of MAC-AAPM, and AAPM Board Member as the MAC-AAPM Chapter Representative.