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Medical Physics Resident, Department of Radiology, Stony Brook University
James is a medical physics resident in diagnostic and nuclear medicine at Stony Brook Medicine. He recently received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Stony Brook University. His dissertation was titled Development of Avalanche Amorphous Selenium for X-Ray Detectors and was supervised by Dr. Wei Zhao in the department of Radiology. His research focuses on charge transport in amorphous Selenium with the goal of creating a large area high gain flat panel imager.

James received his Masters of Science in Physics from Case Western Reserve University in May 2013. He worked as a Research Assistant in Dr. Charles Rosenblatt's lab investigating the chiral properties of liquid crystals.

He completed a Bachelors of Science from the Physics Department at Binghamton University in May 2011.