Megan Russ, PhD
Megan is a radiation physicist (medical physicist) with the Clinical Imaging Physics Group, working primarily with fluoroscopy and cardiac imaging. From 2017 through 2019, she was an imaging resident in the Duke Imaging Physics Residency Program. Prior to that, she obtained her doctoral degree in medical imaging physics from the University at Buffalo. Her research centered on characterizing high resolution x-ray systems for neuro-endovascular image guided interventional procedures. She is originally from Long Island, NY, and moved to western New York state to attend the State University of New York at Geneseo for her bachelor’s degree in physics.