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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Radiation Physics
Bio Jinghui Wang is a postdoc fellow in the Department of Radiology at Stanford University. His research areas include: Radiation Detection, Semiconductor devices, and Linear Accelerators. More specifically, he jointly use Monte Carlo tools (MCNP, SRIM, PENELOPE) and finite-element softwares (TCAD, COMSOL, ANSYS) to study the generation, transportation, and detection of ionizing radiations (Neutron, X-rays, electrons and heavy-charged particles) with semiconductor-based devices (Si, GaN, SiC, GaAs, and CdTe);
He currently working on two research projects:
1) High spatial resolution photon detectors used in computed tomography (CT) systems.
Initial charge cloud formation, charge migration and detection, pulse-pile up, charge sharing.
2) Treatment head in radiotherapy system:
Electron energy deposition in tungsten and W25Re X-ray target, heat transfer in X-ray target. Dose distribution in water phantom.
Clinical Associate Professor, Radiation Oncology - Radiation Physics
Bio Clinical research on Linac and Cyberknife based SRS and SBRT which includes: small field dosimety, machine and patient quality assurance, treatment planning, etc; new QA tool and methodology development; new treatment technology implementation to keeping high standard in patient care.
Instructor, Radiation Oncology - Radiation Physics
Current Research and Scholarly Interests My research interests are focused on: 1) Develop innovative quantitative imaging biomarkers to characterize cancer phenotypes; 2) Integrate image with multi-omics data across multiple scales to decipher cancer mechanisms; 3) Clinical validation and translation of imaging biomarkers to improve cancer patient management.