Professor Vladimir Feygelman, PhD

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Vladimir M. Feygelman graduated from the Department of Physics at Rostov State University in the former U.S.S.R in 1982 with a degree in Laser Physics. In 1985 he was awarded a PhD in Physical Chemistry at the same university. Since 1990 Dr. Feygelman is involved in Medical Physics, first as a Post Doc at the University of Florida (Gainesville), and then as a clinical radiotherapy physicist in Canada and USA. In 2006  he joined the faculty of Moffitt Cancer Center. Currently he is a Senior Faculty Member at Moffitt and Professor at USF Department of Oncologic Sciences. Dr. Feygelman divides his time between clinical duties, research, and teaching physics PhD students and medical residents. As a senior physicist, he is responsible for implementation of all major technological developments at the Department of Radiation Oncology. His research interests are primarily focused on quality assurance of complex advanced treatments. Dr. Feygelman was a member of the AAPM Task Group 244 on commissioning of dose calculations. He was the principal writer of the IMRT/VMAT section. Currently he serves as a Co-Chair of the AAPM working group on reference dose specification in treatment planning systems. Dr. Feygelman is an author of over 50 peer-reviewed papers on Medical Physics and was an invited speaker at various national and international meetings such as AAPM, ESTRO, and IEEE.