- Sarasota, FL
- BS: Physics; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA
TJ became interested in medical physics after taking a radiation physics course as an undergraduate elective and shadowing a therapy physicist in his last summer as an undergraduate student. His undergraduate research was in non-linear dynamics – specifically, simulation and analysis of an electrolyte flow.
While he enjoyed his undergraduate studies, TJ has a strong desire to gain medical physics knowledge in order to help people. Although still early in his medical physics studies, he is particularly interested in imaging, especially CT.
TJ enjoys literature – both the classics and more modern works. His favorite authors are Ernest Hemingway and Ayn Rand. He also enjoys competing in trivia nights!