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Dr. Bin Han serves as a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Stanford University. After completing a CAMPEP-accredited Therapeutic Medical Physics residency at Stanford, he attained certification as a Medical Physicist from the American Board of Radiology. Immediately following his residency, Dr. Han joined the faculty at Stanford's Department of Radiation Oncology and was promoted to the position of Associate Professor.Dr. Han's responsibilities encompass providing top-tier clinical medical physics services, innovating radiation therapy treatment devices, and creating new treatment protocols to enhance patient care. He spearheaded the commissioning of the world's first PET-Linac-based, biology-guided radiation therapy device.He also manages several research projects funded by industry and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). These projects involve the development of an advanced EPID-based dosimetric solution, an ultrasound system for image-guided prostate cancer treatment, depth-sensing and 3D-printing techniques for total body irradiation, and leveraging AI/deep learning to predict treatment effectiveness and cancer recurrence.In addition to his clinical and research duties, Dr. Han contributes to the educational mission of Stanford University by mentoring graduate students, postdocs, and residents, providing research guidance and clinical education.
Development of an advanced EPID-based dosimetric solutionUltrasound system for image guided prostate cancer treatment,Depth sensing and 3D-printing techniques for total body irradiationAI applications in predicting treatment effectiveness and cancer recurrence