- Albany, Georgia
- MS: Medical Physics; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA
- BS: Biomedical Engineering; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA
Amanda is a PhD student researching how the total dose delivered in a radiation therapy treatment may vary with patient setup or anatomical changes.
She is retrospectively analyzing patient treatment alignment images to evaluate how this data can be used to predict the most optimal time and way to adapt a patient’s treatment plan. Effective total dose will be determined and patient outcome results will be evaluated to determine if there is a correlation.
Amanda’s interests outside of work and school are varied. She enjoys the arts and the outdoors, and is currently rehearsing for a musical theatre performance and training for the Bike MS. Amanda has studied many forms of dance, but especially loves and excels at tap dancing. Her sense of adventure takes her hiking, mountaineering, SCUBA diving, and more.