Stephanie Junell, PhD

Staff Rank:


Medical Physics Physicist


Radiation Medicine


Therapeutic Medical Physics


Ph.D. in Medical Physics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2013
M.S. in Medical Physics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2008
B.S. in Radiation Health Physics, Oregon State University, 2006


Standard Imaging travel grant to AAPM/COMP meeting, 2011
NCCAAPM Student Presentation Award, 2008
Oregon State Presidential Scholar, 2002-2006
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Undergraduate Fellowship, 2004-2005
OSU Dept. Nuclear Engineering Hornyik Memorial Scholarship, 2004-2005
OSU College of Engineering Dean’s Scholarship, 2002
HIRE academic achievement Scholarship, 2002
FEEA Scholarship, 2002


S. Junell, L. DeWerd, S. Huq, J. Novotny, Jr., M. Quader, M.F. Desrosiers, G. Bednarz. “Small field dosimetric measurements with TLD-100, alanine and ionization chambers: Preliminary measurements” Standards, applications and quality assurance in medical radiation dosimetry (IDOS), VOL 1. Vienna. p 219-234, (2011).

M. Lawless, S. Junell, C. Hammer, and L. DeWerd “The Response of TLD-100 in Mixed Fields of Photons and Electrons” Medical Physics, 40, (2013)


Radiation dosimetry and instrumentation, quality assurance program development, Monte Carlo methods, patient specific dosimetry, biological treatment optimization, medical physics education and mentoring.


I am very excited to have the opportunity to serve my hometown of Portland. The residency will provide me with training and skills to better serve the community and help provide quality patient care.