Through giving lectures and providing clinical instruction at universities and hospitals in the States and abroad, Dimitri Dimitroyannis has amassed more than a decade of experience in the medical physics field. He recently served as the director of medical physics operations at the Scott & White Cancer Institute and an associate professor of radiology at the Texas A&M University Health Science Center. As the chief of medical physics, Dimitri Dimitroyannis currently develops radiotherapy delivery methods at the Stich radiotherapy Center of New York Presbyterian, Weill Cornell Medical College.
A published scholar, Dimitroyannis has written extensively on the use of hadronic probes in experimental nuclear and high-energy physics for several peer-reviewed journals, with his most cited work on the total cross-section measurements of proton antiproton collisions. More recently he has been involved with issues of cost-effectiveness of modern radiotherapy, exploring gantry-less delivery and the application of image-guide hypofractionated treatments routinely and safely in the clinic.
Dimitri Dimitroyannis received his PhD in physics from the University of Maryland, College Park. In 2004, he completed a medical physics residency at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and obtained board certification from the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Physics. Currently, he is pursuing an Executive MBA at the Olin School of Business, Washington University, St Luis.