Senior Lecturer, Clinical Radiological Physics
- PhD: University of North Carolina; Chapel Hill, NC (Biomedical Engineering)
- MS: University of North Carolina; Chapel Hill, NC (Biomedical Engineering)
- BS: Michigan State University; East Lansing, MI (Biology)
Dr Gilland, Senior Lecturer, teaches several courses in the medical physics graduate program and is an active member on several graduate student supervisory committees.
His areas of interest include iterative reconstruction methods in tomography, nuclear medicine instrumentation, and radiological imaging theory.
His recent research efforts are in the design of novel gamma cameras for nuclear medicine imaging, and he currently collaborates with a commercial manufacturer of a molecular breast imaging system.
Dr Gilland is also active in the Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Residency Program, including serving as a preceptor for competency assessment of third year residents.