Novel Brachytherapy Technology
Originally from Massachusetts, USA, Jonathan came to Montréal to study Physics at McGill University in 2017. He began working with the Enger Lab in January 2020, and graduated with a B.Sc. in Physics in August 2020. After a year of full-time research with the lab, Jonathan returned to McGill for his M.Sc. in Medical Physics. His research is focused on the development of Monte Carlo simulation software to facilitate dosimetry calculations for various radiotherapy modalities. When not in class or at the lab, Jonathan enjoys hiking, bike riding, cooking vegan food, and learning the drums.
Monte Carlo-based Dosimetry for GRID Radiotherapy
RapidBrachyTG43: A Geant4-based TG-43 Parameter Calculation Engine for Brachytherapy Applications
Development Of a Novel Dosimetry Software for Patient-specific Intravascular Brachytherapy Treatment Planning on Optical Coherence Tomography Images Presentation
22.06.2023, (2023 American Brachytherapy Society (ABS) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada).
Monte-Carlo Based Simulations of the Uncertainties in Clinical Water-Based Intravascular Brachytherapy Dosimetry Presentation
Merit-based recruitment award for first year MSc students. award
RapidBrachyMCTPS: An open-source dose calculation and optimization tool for brachytherapy research Presentation