Dr. Vitali Moiseenko is a Professor and serves as Technology Service Chief for the Head/Neck Cancer Disease Team. He also oversees a laboratory in the Center for Quality, Innovation, Value and Efficiency in Radiotherapy (QUIVER).
A research-focused Medical Physicist, his interests include outcomes data analysis, functional imaging, Monte Carlo simulations, propagation of uncertainties associated with radiation therapy and modeling of tumor and normal tissue response to radiation. He is the author of over 130 peer-reviewed journal articles, reviews and book chapters. He is also a dedicated educator and is involved with Medical Physics Residency Program. He has been named Teacher of the Year by our medical physics residents multiple times, recognizing his valuable contributions to their education and training.
Dr. Moiseenko serves on multiple national committees in the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), including Task Group 256, Task Group 166, the Biologic Effects Sub-Committee, the Working Group on Biologic Effects of Hypofractionation and SBRT. He has also participated in multiple QUANTEC, HyTEC and PENTEC Committees and Reports.