Geoff Nelson, PhD, DABR

Languages

  • English
  • Russian
  • Ukrainian

Academic Information

  • Departments: Radiation Oncology - Assistant Professor (Clinical)

Board Certification

  • American Board of Radiology (Therapeutic Medical Physics)

Academic Office Information

  • 801-213-4260
  • Huntsman Cancer Hospital
    Radiation Oncology
    1950 Circle of Hope, Room: 1401
    Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Academic Bio

Geoff Nelson, MS, PhD, is an Assitant Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Utah. He specializes in imaging in radiation oncology and in brachytherapy. He received his BS in Biomedical Physics from California State University Fresno and his Masters and Doctorate in Bioengineering from Stanford University. He completed his clinical residency in Medical Physics in 2015 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He worked as the Lead Physicist at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue, Washington before joining the medical physics team at the Huntsman Cancer Institute in May of 2017.

Education History

Type School Degree
Residency University of Wisconsin–Madison
Medical Physics
Resident
Doctoral Training Stanford University
Bioengineering
Ph.D.
Graduate Training Stanford University
Bioengineering
M.S.
Undergraduate California State University, Fresno
Biomedical Physics
B.S.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Lee A S, Tang C, Hong W X, Park S, Bazalova M, Nelson G, Sanchez-Freire V, Bakerman I, Zhang W, Neofytou E, Connolly A J, Chan C K, Graves E E, Weissman I L, Nguyen P K and Wu J C (06/12/2017). External Beam Radiation Therapy for the Treatment of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Teratomas. Stem Cells.
  2. Nelson G, Wu M, Hinkel C, Krishna G, Funk T, Rosenberg J, Fahrig R (2016). Improved targeting accuracy of lung tumor biopsies with scanning-beam digital x-ray tomosynthesis image guidance. Med Phys, 43(12), 6282.
  3. Nelson GS, Perez J, Colomer MV, Ali R, Graves E (2014). Facilitating Multimodal Preclinical Imaging Studies in Mice by Using an Immobilization Bed. Comparative Medicine, 64(3), 170.
  4. Bazalova M, Nelson G, Noll JM, Graves EE (2014). Modality comparison for small animal radiotherapy: a simulation study. Med Phys, 41(1), 011710.
  5. Nelson G, Yoon S, Krishna G, Wilfley B, Fahrig R (2013). Patient dose simulations for scanning-beam digital x-ray tomosynthesis of the lungs. Med Phys, 40(11), 111917.
  6. Nelson GS, Perez J, Vilalta M, Ali R, Graves E (2011). Facilitating multimodal preclinical imaging studies in mice by using an immobilization bed. Comp Med, 61(6), 499-504.
  7. Zhou H, Rodriguez M, van den Haak F, Nelson G, Jogani R, Xu J, Zhu X, Xian Y, Tran PT, Felsher DW, Keall PJ, Graves EE (2010). Development of a micro-computed tomography-based image-guided conformal radiotherapy system for small animals. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys, 78(1), 297-305.