School of Medicine

Radiation Oncology Medical Physics

Dosimetrists

Glenn Bell, CMD

Glenn Bell, CMD

Glenn Bell, CMD, received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Michigan in 1987. He received a degree in Radiation Therapy in 1995 from Loma Linda University. After spending many years working as a Radiation Therapist he completed his Medical Dosimetry certificate at the University of Texas, Houston MD Anderson Cancer Center in 2008. He joined the Huntsman Cancer Hospital Medical Dosimetry team in 2015. He and his wife spend their extracurricular time cheering their children in the many activities they seem to find.

Julie Chapek, CMD

Julie Chapek, CMD

Julie Chapek, CMD, attended the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Australia where she studied Radiation Therapy and Dosimetry. After graduating in 1985, Ms. Chapek worked at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute in Melbourne, the Royal Marsden Hospital in Surrey, England, and the William Buckland Radiotherapy Center in Melbourne. Ms. Chapek moved to the United States in 1997 and has been working at the University of Utah since that time. Ms. Chapek loves to travel to out of the way places, enjoys hiking, and long distance running. She ran her first full marathon in May 2014.

Darwin Cochran, CMD

Darwin Cochran, CMD

Darwin Cochran, CMD, received his certificates in Radiologic Technology and Radiation Therapy from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Mr. Cochran has worked as both a radiation technologist, as well as a radiation therapist at hospitals in Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah. In 1998 he began working at the University of Utah Hospital and went on to become a Certified Medical Dosimetrist (CMD) in 2006. Mr. Cochran enjoys cheering on the Utah Jazz, playing golf, and spending time with his family.

Nancy Gustafson, CMD

Nancy Gustafson, CMD

Nancy Gustafson, CMD, received her Master of Science in Medical Dosimetry from the University of Wisconsin LaCrosse. She recently joined the Huntsman Cancer Hospital after a long career as a Veterinary Radiation Oncologist. She enjoys alpine skiing, cycling, and hiking.

Mark Kendrick, CMD

Mark Kendrick, CMD

Mark Kendrick earned his Master’s degree in Medical Dosimetry in 2019 at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.  With an extensive healthcare experience including nursing assistant, monitor tech, and radiation therapist, Mark draws upon his experience to provide patient-focused care as a medical dosimetrist.  Outside of work, Mark thrives in the outdoors, sharing his love for skiing, mountain biking and adventure with family and friends.

Kenneth Mackay, RT(R)(T), CMD

Kenneth Mackay, RT(R)(T), CMD

Kenneth Mackay, RT(R)(T), CMD received his Radiologic Technology Certificate in 1992 and completed his Radiation Therapy training in 1993. After working as a Radiation Therapist and Chief Radiation Therapist for many years, Mr. Mackay decided to pursue an education in Dosimetry, completing his training in 2008. After many years as a Dosimetrist in California, Mr. Mackay and his family decided to move to Utah, joining the Huntsman Cancer Insitute Radiation Oncology Department in the fall of 2018. He is an avid mountain biker, enjoys being in the outdoors, spending time with his family, and recently took up pickleball.

Allison Shumway, CMD

Allison Shumway, CMD

Allison Shumway, CMD, attended State University of New York Upstate Medical University where she earned a B.S. in Radiation Therapy in 2018. During her training in radiation therapy she fell in love with dosimetry and decided to continue her education in that pursuit. She attended Grand Valley State University, earning her M.S. for dosimetry in 2019. Ms. Shumway began working at Huntsman shortly after graduation and looks forward to a long career here. In her spare time, Ms. Shumway enjoys travel, the theater, kayaking, biking and martial arts.

Greg Williams, CMD

Greg Williams, CMD

Greg Williams, CMD, received a B.S. in Radiographic Science from Idaho State University and went on to complete his Radiotherapy Training at the University of Utah. He became a Certified Medical Dosimetrist (CMD) in 1994 and has worked at hospitals in Ogden, Utah and Boise, Idaho before joining the Huntsman Cancer Institute in 1997. In Greg's free time he enjoys biking, golf, and reading.