Lindsay DeWeese, Ph.D., DABR

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

Biography

Lindsay DeWeese, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Department of Diagnostic Radiology. She joined the OHSU faculty in September of 2013, after earning her master's and doctorate from the University of Florida. Dr. DeWeese specializes in clinical imaging physics and research applications within the field, specifically CT dosimetry, CT protocol optimization, and dose monitoring for fluorscopically-guided procedures. She has presented over 20 abstracts at national and international conferences.  Dr. DeWeese currently serves as the Assistant Director of the Oregon Medical Physics Program and the Director of the Diagnostic Imaging Physics Residency Program, which began in 2020.  Additionally, Dr. DeWeese is a reviewer for the Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics and the Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography and is a member of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) and the Society of Directors of Academic Medical Physics Programs (SDAMPP).  

Education

  • B.S., 2007, Nuclear Engineering Sciences, University of Florida
  • M.S., 2009, Medical Physics, University of Florida
  • Ph.D., 2013, Medical Physics, University of Florida
  • Certifications:

    • American Board of Radiology (DABR)

Honors and awards

  • Faculty Impact Award, Oregon Medical Physics Program - 2017
  • Faculty Impact Award, Oregon Medical Physics Program - 2020

Memberships and associations

  • American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)

Publications

Selected publications

  • L Sinclair, T Griglock, A Mench, R Lamoureux, B Cormack, S Bidari, L Rill, M Arreola Determining Organ Doses From Computed Tomography With Direct Measurements In Post-Mortem Subjects - Part 2: Correlations With Patient-Specific Parameters. Radiology.
  • Sinclair L, Griglock T, Mench A, Lamoureux R, Cormack B, Bidari S, Rill L, Arreola M. Determining Organ Doses From Computed Tomography With Direct Measurements In Post-Mortem Subjects - Part 2: Correlations With Patient-Specific Parameters. Radiology. Vol. 277 (2). November 2015
  • Canales BK, Sinclair L, Kang D, Mench A, Arreola MM, Bird VG. Changing Default Fluoroscopy Equipment Settings Decreases Entrance Skin Dose in Endourology Patients. J Urol. 195(4 Pt 1):992-7. April 2016
  • O’Reilly S, DeWeese L, Maynard M, Rajon D, Wayson M, Marshall E, and Bolch W, An Image-Based Skeletal Dosimetry Model for the ICRP Reference Adult Female – Internal Electron Sources. Phys Med Biol 61: 8794-8824. December 2016. [Top 25 Ranked Articles in PMB for 2016]

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