Alex Price, MS

Instructor of Radiation Oncology
Chief, Adaptive RT Physics


  • BS, Physics, Applied Mathematics: Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden Sydney, VA (2013)
  • MS, Medical Physics: Duke University, Durham, NC (2015)
  • Therapeutic Medical Physics Residency: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC (2017)


  • The Chaney Award for Excellence in Physics Research: University of North Carolina (2017)
  • Weyland Thomas Joyner Physics Award – Outstanding Achievement in Physics: Hampden-Sydney College (2013)
  • William C. Chewning, Jr. Award – Most Outstanding Senior in Mathematics: Hampden-Sydney College (2013)


Alex Price joined the Department of Radiation Oncology at Washington University School of Medicine in 2017, after completing his residency in Therapeutic Medical Physics at University of North Carolina. He received a dual bachelor’s degree in Physics and Applied Mathematics from Hampden-Sydney College, and a Masters’ in Medical Physics from Duke University. Mr. Price’s research interests include adaptive radiotherapy, motion management, and physician-based IMRT QA.


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