Emily Marshall, PhD, DABR
Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Residency Program

Emily Marshall, PhD; Faculty

Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Radiological Physics


  • PhD: University of Florida; Gainesville, FL (Biomedical Engineering/Medical Physics)
  • MS: University of Florida; Gainesville, FL (Biomedical Engineering/Medical Physics)
  • BS: University of Florida; Gainesville, FL (Nuclear Engineering Science)


  • Residency: University of Chicago; Chicago, IL (Imaging Physics)

Dr Marshall, Assistant Professor, supports research focusing on the development of translational radiation dosimetry models for application in fluoroscopic imaging of pediatric patient populations. Her efforts include the development of an organ dose feedback mechanism for pediatric cardiac catheterization procedures, and contributions towards ongoing large cohort epidemiology studies focused on quantifying medical radiation risks in children. Her clinical interests emphasize the optimization of imaging applications in pediatric patient populations notably in fluoroscopic and radiographic imaging.

Dr Marshall earned both her PhD and MS in biomedical engineering and her BS in nuclear engineering science all from the University of Florida. During her time as a graduate student, she served as a Fellow of the American Association of University Women. Dr Marshall is joining the UF team from the University of Chicago Department of Radiology.

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