Associate Professor of Medical Physics, Duke Kunshan University
Adjunct Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology, Duke University
Faculty, Graduate School and Medical Physics Graduate Program, Duke University
Director of Graduate Studies, Duke Kunshan University Medical Physics Graduate Program
James Bowsher is associate professor and director of graduate studies in the medical physics graduate program at Duke Kunshan University. He is also faculty in the graduate school and medical physics graduate program at Duke University, and he is adjunct associate professor of radiation oncology at Duke University Medical Center. Prof. Bowsher’s research interests include functional and molecular imaging, particularly positron emission tomography and single-photon emission computed tomography; imaging onboard radiation therapy machines; robotics and imaging; region-of-interest methods for high-resolution, high-sensitivity imaging; methods for integrating multiple imaging modalities into the generation of medical images; and quality assurance methods for imaging and radiation therapy systems.
Professor of Medical Physics, Duke Kunshan University
Director-in-Residence, Duke Kunshan University MSc. In Medical Physics
David Huang finished his BS in physics in National Taiwan Normal University and gained PhD in high energy physics in Temple University, Philadelphia. Before Joining in Duke Kunshan University, Prof. Huang was the chief physicist and RSO, faculty of Memorial Sloan Kettering at Rockville Centre and he was an associate attending physicist in the department of medical physics at MSKCC. Prof. Huang is an adjunct professor at University of Missouri and a visiting professor at MP Program at Tsing-Hwa University, Beijing. He was a visiting professor at Beijing University and an associate professor at Chang-Gung University, Taiwan. Prof. Huang’s research interests include dosimetry and QA in radiotherapy; particularly in in-vivo dosimetry (glass dosimeter), modern radiotherapy techniques (Image-guided intensity-modulated radiotherapy, stereotactic body radiotherapy) and modern radiotherapy modalities (TrueBeam, Gamma Knife, CyberKnife, and Tomotherapy).
Professor of Radiation Oncology, Duke University
Professor, Duke Kunshan University
Director of Medical Physics Graduate Program at Duke Kunshan University
Associate Director of Medical Physics Graduate Program, Duke University
Director of Radiation Physics Division, Department of Radiation Oncology, Duke University Health System
Fang-Fang YIN is a professor and director of radiation physics in radiation oncology department at Duke University. He obtained BS in physics from Zhejiang University and MS in physics from Bowling Green State University, and PhD in medical physics from the University of Chicago. Prof. Yin’s research focuses on stereotactic radiosurgery, stereotactic body radiation therapy, treatment planning optimization, knowledge guided radiation therapy, intensity-modulated radiation therapy, image-guided radiation therapy, oncological imaging and informatics, and quality improvement and assurance.
Professor of Radiation Oncology, Fudan University
Chair of Radiation Oncology, Fudan University Affiliated Huadong hospital
Adjunct Professor in Medical Physics, Duke Kunshan University