Mohamed Eldib is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Colorado since March 2021. In 2011, he received his B.S. degree in Systems and Biomedical Engineering from Cairo University in Egypt. In 2019, he received his Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering from Kyung Hee University in S. Korea with the best thesis award. He worked for the Radiological Sciences Dept. at the University of California (UCI) as a postdoctoral fellow, where his research focused on the development of X-Ray Induced Acoustic CT (XACT) and Proton Induced Acoustic Imaging (PAI) for radiological imaging and radiation oncology. Also, he has contributions in developing advanced algorithms for CT artifacts correction such as ring artifacts, motion artifacts, and metal artifacts, in addition, CT geometry calibration. His research at Anschutz Medical Campus focused on developing a 2D anti-scatter grid to improve CBCT images visualization without compromising the image features.
Eldib’s current research at David Thomas Lab focuses on developing a novel contrast agent for X-Ray Induced Acoustic CT (XACT) dosimetry, with the aim of providing real-time in-vivo 3D calibrated radiation dose measurements for adaptive radiation therapy treatments.
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