Thomas Griglock, Ph.D., DABR®

Chief Diagnostic Imaging Physicist & Assistant Professor

Deputy Director, Oregon Medical Physics Program

Department

Diagnostic Radiology

Education

University of Scranton, B.S. Physics, 2003

Lehigh University, M.S. Physics, 2005

University of Florida, M.S. Medical Physics, 2009

University of Florida, Ph.D. Medical Physics, 2012

Certifications

American Board of Radiology, DABR®, Diagnostic Medical Physics

Organizations and memberships

2006-present - American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
2006-present - Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)
2012-present - American Association of Physicists in Medicine, Northwest Chapter (NWAAPM)
2013-present - Pacific Coast Pediatric Radiology Association (PCPRA)

Awards

2013-2014 - Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Oregon Health & Science University
2013 - Golden Rose Award for Outstanding Service Excellence (team), Oregon Health & Science University
2012 - Lawrence Fitzgerald Award for Best Presentation, Direct Measurement of Organ Doses Resulting from Computed Technology Using a Cadaveric Subject, Spring Meeting of the Florida Chapter of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine

Professional involvement

National

2016-present - Maintenance of Certification/Online Longitudinal Assessment Committee, American Board of Radiology

Institutional

2012-present - Clinical Radiation Safety Committee, Oregon Health & Science University
2012-present - Clinical Radiation Safety Committee, Shriners Hospital for Children, Portland
2012-present - MRI Safety Committee, Oregon Health & Science University
2012-2013 - Modified Barium Swallow Study Optimization Committee, Doernbecher Children's Hospital, Oregon Health & Science University

Departmental

2014-present - Admissions Committee, Medical Physics Graduate Program, Oregon Health & Science University
2015-present - Clinical CT Protocol Committee, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Oregon Health & Science University
2017-present - Chairperson, CT Practice and Protocol Committee, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Oregon Health & Science University

Community service

2012-present - Volunteer Physicist, Shriners Hospital for Children, Portland

Research interests

Clinical imaging physics and research applications within the field, including CT dosimetry, rational approaches to patient dose monitoring and optimization, and the development of true spectral CT imaging.

Research publications

Peer-reviewed

Bandela K, Jacob R, Arreola M, Griglock T, Bova F, Yang M. Use of CT-Based Intraoperative Spinal Navigation: Management of Radiation Exposure to Operator, Staff, and Patients. World Neurosurgery. 2012.

Mench A, Sinclair L, Griglock T, Cormack B, Bidari S, Arreola M. Direct Organ Dose Measurements in Cadaveric Subjects to Investigate Dose Reduction Provided by Iterative Image Reconstruction Techniques. Med Phys. 40: 135. 2013.

Sinclair L, Griglock T, Mench A, Cormack B, Bidari S, Arreola M. Direct Organ Dose Measurement for Multi-Detector Computed Tomography Utilizing Cadaveric Subjects. Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics. Vol. 14 (3). May 2013.

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.

Griglock T, Sinclair L, Mench A, Cormack B, Bidari S, Rill L, Arreola M. Determining Organ Doses From Computed Tomography With Direct Measurements In Post-Mortem Subjects - Part 1: Methodology And Validation. Radiology. Vol. 277 (2). November 2015.

Chapters

Guimaraes E, Griglock T, Lorisch A. Radiation Safety. In: Kirsch J, Woodworth G, Sayers-Rana S, eds. The Anesthesia Technician & Technologist's Manual, 2nd edition. Philadelphia, PA;Lippincott, Williams &Wilkins;in press.

Abstracts

Whitson H, Griglock T, DeWeese L. Quantifying Differences in Image Quality Between Filtered Backprojection, An Adaptive Iterative Reconstruction Algorithm, and a Model-Based Iterative Reconstruction Algorithm in CT. American Association of Physicists in Medicine 59th Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, 2017.