Ahmad Amoush, PhD

Ahmad Amoush is a board certified Medical Physicist at Mount Sinai Health System. Ahmad received his Ph.D. from University of Cincinnati and completed residency at Cleveland Clinic. Before joining Mount Sinai, Ahmad was a medical physicist at MD Anderson at Cooper. Ahmad's research has primary focused on Monte Carlo simulation, IGRT, and SBRT.

ming chao, PhD

vishruta dumane, PhD

luke fu, ms

Luke Fu is a board-certified medical physicist at Mount Sinai West and the Mount Sinai Hospital. Luke received his Master's degree in medical Physics from McGill University in 2006 and completed his residency program from the University of Pennsylvania in 2009. Before Joining Mount Sinai, Luke was a clinical physicist with St Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford Connecticut. Luke's clinical interests include AI based planning, treatment planning optimization and IGRT.

nina kalach, MS

changseon kim, phd

yeh-chi lo, phd

rendi sheu, phd

edward sudentas, PhD

Edward Sudentas is a board-certified medical physicist at Mount Sinai West. He received his Ph.D. from New York University Polytechnic Institute. He is at Mount Sinai West since 2002. His clinical and research interests are focused on Stereotactic Radiosurgery.

james tam, cmd

James Tam is a board certified medical dosimetrist at Mount Sinai Hospital. He graduated from Stony Brook University Dosimetry Program in 2012 and has been at Sinai ever since. James has clinical expertise in all areas of external beam treatment planning. He employs the latest 3D, IMRT, VMAT, SRS, and SBRT techniques to treat every site from head to toe. He is currently the most senior dosimetrist at Mount Sinai uptown and trains all treatment planners from dosimetrists, to physicists, to Mount Sinai therapy students. James is actively involved in integrating treatment planning practices across the Mount Sinai Health System and his primary research interests involve assisting physicians with dosimetric data for clinical trials.

tzu-chi tseng, ms

Tzu-Chi Tseng (Amber) is an ABR Board Certified Medical Physicist in Radiation Oncology at Mount Sinai. She completed her Master's in Medical Physics at Duke University in 2012 and did her residency at Scott and White from 2012-2013. Amber is the resident expert in Stereotactic Radiosurgery at Mount Sinai Uptown. Her clinical research interests include continual quality improvement in the Stereotactic Radiosurgery program at Mount Sinai through the use of ExacTrac, OSMS, and Varian TrueBeam OBI, as well as investigating the relative benefits of automated and manual SRS planning for different treatment planning systems. She is currently collaborating with Yading Yuan through the Sinai Innovations 4D Technology Grant Program on an innovative project involving knowledge-based automated treatment planning via deep learning.

nadia vassel, ms

Junyi Xia, PhD

Dr. Junyi Xia is a board-certified medical physicist and the director of the medical physics residency program. He received his Ph.D. from University of Florida and completed his residency at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. Before Joining Mount Sinai, Junyi was a medical physicist at University of Iowa. His research interests include clinical informatics, workflow automation, and medical device design. He is the recipient of three US patents and many grant awards from industry, state, and federal government.

yading yuan, PhD

Yading Yuan is an ABR-board certified medical physicist at Mount Sinai Hospital. He obtained his PhD in medical physics from University of Chicago and completed his residency at Harvard Medical School. His research interests include computational intelligence and machine learning in medical imaging and their applications in cancer diagnosis and treatment. His recent work in deep learning has won several international competitions in medical image analysis such as IEEE ISBI 2017 skin lesion segmentation and MICCAI 2017 liver segmentation