Touring Sydney after teaching at their Summer School with colleagues from Australia, The Netherlands, and the US.
Skiing during a break at the Winter Institute for Medical Physics 2016, where Molly was awarded a scholarship award!
Kayaking prior to the start of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine 2016 Annual Meeting, Washington DC.
American Association of Physicists in Medicine 2016 Annual Meeting, Washington DC.
Visit to Siemen’s in Germany.
Enjoying a scenic afternoon in Sydney, Australia with new friends at the Australian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine Meeting.
Catching some waves prior to the start of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine 2015 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA
Brian M. Anderson, Graduate Student
My work is focused on improving the treatment of colorectal liver metastases with ablation therapy.
I’ve felt wonderfully welcomed into the Morfeus lab group. The support of my fellow lab mates in and out of the workplace has helped me greatly enjoy my PhD experience so far, and I am happy to be a part of the team..
Anne Cecile Lesage, PhD, Research Scientist
I am using finite element biomechanics simulations of soft organ tissues, to provide augmented information for surgery planning and for radiotherapy planning, with an interest in two computational surgery cases: brain tumor surgery with craniotomy and liver laparoscopy.
Working in the Morfeus lab , I am applying my 14 years of experience in the field of applied mathematics (numerical analysis, finite elements, finite difference, inverse methods) and applied physics (hydraulics, hydrodynamics, solid mechanics, geophysics).
Molly McCulloch, Research Assistant II
My research focuses on the clinical implications of deviations between planned and delivered dose during radiation therapy.
My favorite part of working in the Morfeus, is collaborating with other lab groups at the MD Anderson Cancer Center. My experience has allowed me to explore my research interests and apply my skills to many exciting advancements in imaging physics and radiation oncology.
Bastien Rigaud, Graduate Student
My position with the Morfeus Lab, during the last year of my PhD., gave me the opportunity to meet new colleagues and experts of the radiation therapy field at the MD Anderson Cancer Center. I also had the opportunity to improve my skills and learn new tools, while making new friends and visiting a little part of Texas.
Anando Sen, Ph.D., Research Investigator.
The Morfeus lab has provided me a platform for cutting edge cancer research, while at the same time being greatly appreciative of my skills in related yet very diverse fields. However, what makes the lab stand out, is the immense respect the lab members have for each other, hence creating a fantastic work environment.