Joshua M. Wilson, PhD
Josh is a radiation physicist (medical physicist) with the Clinical Imaging Physics Group. His clinical focus is nuclear medicine, clinical informatics, quality control, and MRI. He is the Program Director of the CAMPEP-accredited Duke Imaging Physics Residency Program. Josh is also faculty in the Duke University Medical Physics Graduate Program. He grew up in Indiana and earned a Physics degree from DePauw University in 2005 before joining the inaugural class of the Duke Medical Physics Graduate Program. In 2011, he graduated with a Ph.D. for his research in time-of-flight PET image quality. From 2011 through 2013 he was an imaging resident in the Duke Imaging Physics Residency Program. In his free time he enjoys live music, cycling, reading non-fiction, and listening to podcasts.