Headshot photo of Anna Mench, Ph.D., DABR

Anna Mench, Ph.D., DABR

  • Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Radiology, School of Medicine
  • Diagnostic Radiology Imaging Physicist, Diagnostic Radiology, School of Medicine


Anna Mench, Ph.D., joined OHSU as a clinical medical physicist and assistant professor in the Department of Diagnostic Radiology in March 2020. Prior to her current role, she served as Diagnostic Medical Physicist and Radiation Safety Officer at Salem Health in Salem, Oregon. She earned her doctoral degree in Diagnostic Medical Physics at the University of Florida. Dr. Mench is focused on research in dose measurement and optimization in Advanced Fluoroscopy, dose tracking system analytics in Computed Tomography and Fluoroscopy, as well as therapies using radioactive materials in Radiology. She also enjoys developing clinical education materials and engaging staff in understanding radiation science and radiation safety practices.
Dr. Mench has presented research at various scientific meetings and won the Clinical Young Investigator Symposium award at the 2013 Clinical AAPM. She loves exploring the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest with her husband, daughter, and doodle, as well as enjoying the food and wine of Oregon.

Education and training

  • Degrees

    • B.S., 2007, Physics, University of Guelph
    • M.S., 2012, Medical Physics, University of Florida
    • Ph.D., 2014, Medical Physics, University of Florida
  • Certifications

    • American Board of Radiology (DABR)



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