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Faculty List

Sally A. Amundson, Sc.D. Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology in the Center for Radiological Research. Her expertise is in the use of functional genomics in the analysis of gene expression. She has an active research program involving RARAF.
Alan Bigelow, Ph.D. Associate Research Scientist in the Center for Radiological Research. His research focuses on cellular dynamic imaging using laser-based systems.
David J. Brenner, Ph.D., D.Sc. Higgins Professor of Radiation Biophysics and Director of the Center for Radiological Research. He is the Director of RARAF.
Guy Garty, Ph.D. Research Scientist in the Center for Radiological Research. His research focuses on cell manipulation techniques such as the flow and shoot microbeam and optoelectronic tweezers.
Charles Geard, Ph.D. Professor in the Center for Radiological Research. He has been the senior biologist at the RARAF for most of its existence.
Tom Hei, Ph.D. Professor and Vice-Chairman of Radiation Oncology & Professor of Environmental Health Sciences. He is the associate director of the Center for Radiological Research. He has an active research program involving RARAF which has explored the mechanisms of cell signaling through the bystander effect.
Andrew Harken, Ph.D. Post-Doctoral Research Scientist in the Center for Radiological Research. He has developed the x-ray and point and shoot microbeams.
Steve Marino, M.S. Senior Staff Associate in the Center for Radiological Research. He is the Manager of RARAF.
Brian Ponnaiya, Ph.D. Associate Research Scientist in the Center for Radiological Research. He is the Chief Biologist at the Radiological Research Accelerator Facility.
Gerhard Randers-Pehrson, Ph.D. Senior Research Scientist in the Center for Radiological Research. He is the Chief Physicist of the Radiological Research Accelerator Facility.
Marcelo Vazquez, M.D., Ph.D. Professor in the Radiation Medicine Department at Loma Linda University. He is the Course Director of the microbeam training course.
Yanping Xu, Ph.D. Post Doctoral Research Scientist in the Center for Radiological Research. He is developing a neutron microbeam.

 

For questions or for further information, contact Marcelo Vazquez, Course Director.

 
 

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