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Corey J. Ginetz, M.S.

Corey Ginezt

Biography

Mr. Ginetz attended the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering. As an undergraduate, his research focused on neutron shielding design as well as the biological effects of radiation utilizing Monte Carlo simulations. Following the completion of his undergraduate degree, Mr. Ginetz then continued his studies at Georgia Tech, achieving a Master’s degree from its CAMPEP-accredited Medical Physics program. During his graduate training, his research efforts ranged from Compton spectroscopy to determining myocardial defect detectability in nuclear medicine imaging.

Mr. Ginetz is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio.

Education

  • Master of Science in Medical Physics – Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering – Georgia Institute of Technology

Mike Timmerman, M.S.

Mike Timmerman

Biography

Mr. Timmerman joined West Physics after completion of his Master of Science in medical physics at Hofstra University. His degree program involved intensive classroom and hands-on clinical experience in all areas of medical physics, including diagnostic medical physics, nuclear medical physics, medical health physics, and therapeutic medical physics. Mr. Timmerman received his Bachelor of Science in physics from Hofstra University, where he graduated summa cum laude. During his years as an undergraduate student, Mr. Timmerman completed a research project in condensed matter physics under a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy; his research employed optics and semiconductor physics in order to analyze the possible use of cadmium selenide in the fabrication of highly efficient solar energy cells. While at Hofstra University, Mr. Timmerman also served as an adjunct professor of physics, teaching undergraduate calculus based physics courses to physics and engineering students.

Mr. Timmerman is originally from Huntington, New York.

Education

  • Master of Science in Medical Physics – Hofstra University
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics – Hofstra University

Emily J. Chasteen, M.S.

Emily Chasteen

Biography

Ms. Chasteen is a graduate of Vanderbilt University’s CAMPEP-accredited Diagnostic Medical Physics program. While in Nashville, Emily gained clinical training at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and satellite facilities as well as Tennessee Valley Healthcare System Department of Veterans Affairs. Ms. Chasteen also participated in an investigation of organ doses from CT scans in pediatric patients. She helped create a new generation of reference computational image-based phantoms designed for dose calculations for a variety of ages and weight percentiles. Prior to her graduate studies, Emily attended Furman University where she was graduated with a bachelors of science in physics, magma cum laude. During this time Emily researched fiber optic cable production and laser speckle imaging.

Ms. Chasteen is originally from Tucker, Georgia.

Education

  • Master of Science in Medical Physics, Diagnostic Imaging – Vanderbilt University
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics – Furman University

Publications

Wang D, Chasteen EJ, Onyeuku C. “Spectral Analysis of Dynamic Laser Speckle Patterns by Using a Full-field Temporal Modulation Method.” Optica Applicata. 43(4); 2013.

Zemei Liu, Ph.D.

Zemei Liu

Biography

Before joining West Physics, Dr. Liu completed her medical physics residency in diagnostic imaging from which she gained extensive clinical experience in diagnostic imaging physics. Her Ph.D. research was on SPECT imaging and Monte Carlo-based scatter correction. Dr. Liu has a broad interest in imaging, nuclear medicine and radiation safety. 

Dr. Liu is originally from Jincheng, Shanxi Province of China.

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Physics – University of Massachusetts – Lowell
  • Master’s of Science in Medical Physics – University of Massachusetts – Lowell
  • Bachelor’s of Science in Medical Physics – Tianjin Medical University

Memberships

  • American Association of Physicists in Medicine
  • American College of Radiology
  • Health Physics Society
  • Radiological Society of North America
  • Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

Conference Proceedings

Zemei Liu, P. Hendrick Pretorius and Michael Ljungberg. 2010. “Simple Monte Carlo based scatter compensation for SPECT.” J Nucl Med. 2010:51 (Supplement 2):1354.

Zemei Liu, P. Hendrick Pretorius and Michael Ljungberg. 2010. “SIMIND scatter estimation: Experimental verification.” IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record (NSS/MIC), Knoxville, TN. 2695-2699.

Zemei Liu, Michael Ljungberg, Chung Chan, Chi Liu, Maria Holstensson, Brian Hutton and P. Hendrick Pretorius. 2012. “Monte Carlo simulation of CZT-based cardiac SPECT systems.” J Nucl Med. 2012:53 (Supplement 1):2370

Michael Ljungberg, Zeimei Liu, Chung Chan, Chi Liu, Maria Holstennsson, Brian Hutton and P. Hendrick Prestorius. 2012. “Simulation of CZT-based gamma cameras using the SIMIND Monte Carlo code.” Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine. Milan, Italy.

Poster Presentations

Zemei Liu, P. Hendrick Pretorius and Michael Ljungberg. 2010. “Simple Monte Carlo based scatter compensation for SPECT.” Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting 2010, Salt Lake City, UT.

Zemei Liu, P. Hendrick Pretorius and Michael Ljungberg. 2010. “SIMIND scatter estimation: Experimental verification.” IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS/MIC), Knoxville, TN.

Zemei Liu, Michael Ljungberg, Chung Chan, Chi Liu, Maria Holstensson, Brian Hutton and P. Hendrick Pretorius. 2012. “Monte Carlo simulation of CZT-based cardiac SPECT systems.” Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting 2012, Miami, FL.

Michael Ljungberg, Zeimei Liu, Chung Chan, Chi Liu, Maria Holstennsson, Brian Hutton and P. Hendrick Prestorius. 2012. “Simulation of CZT-based gamma cameras using the SIMIND Monte Carlo code.” Annual Congress of European Association of Nuclear Medicine. Milan, Italy.