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Francisco Reynoso, PhD

Instructor in Radiation Oncology

Phone314-362-2639

Emailfreynoso@wustl.edu

Education

  • BS, Physics: Florida International University, Miami, FL (2007)
  • MS, Physics: Northeastern University, Boston, MA (2009)
  • MS, Medical Physics: Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA (2011)
  • PhD, Medical Physics: Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA (2014)
  • Residency, Medical Physics: Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO (2017)

Recognition

  • Georgia Institute of Technology Tower Award (Dec. 2011 & May 2014)

Biography

Francisco Reynoso, PhD, joined the faculty at Washington University in 2017 after completing his medical physics residency in the Department of Radiation Oncology. He received a bachelor’s degree in physics from Florida International University, a master’s in physics from Northeastern University, and both a master’s degree and PhD from Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Reynoso also completed some graduate work and a postdoctoral fellowship at MD Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas, where he worked on experimental and computational studies of nanoparticle-aided radiotherapy and x-ray fluorescence imaging. His current research interests include Monte Carlo modeling, nanoparticle-aided radiation dose enhancement and translational clinical research. He currently focuses his clinical duties on SBRT/SRS treatment and brachytherapy.

Publications

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