James E. Bowsher, Ph.D.

Dr. Bowsher's research interests include functional and molecular imaging in radiation therapy, particularly positron emission tomography and single-photon emission computed tomography; imaging onboard radiation therapy machines; robotics and imaging; region-of-interest methods for high-resolution, high-sensitivity imaging; methods for integrating multiple imaging modalities, and realistic system modeling, into the generation of medical images; and quality assurance methods for imaging and for other radiation therapy systems.

Appointments and Affiliations

Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology
January, 2012 to January, 2013

Contact Information

(919) 660-2180

Education

B.S., Davidson College 1980
Ph.D., University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill 1989
Research Associate, Radiology, Duke University School of Medicine 1989 - 1993
Assistant Research Professor, Radiology, Duke University School of Medicine 1993 - 2005
Faculty, Center For in Vivo Microscopy, Duke University School of Medicine 2004 - 2005
Senior Research Associate, Radiation Oncology, Duke University School of Medicine 2006 - 2007
Medical Physicist, Radiation Oncology, Duke University School of Medicine 2007 - 2011
Faculty, Medical Physics Graduate Program, Duke University 2005 -
Faculty, Duke University Graduate School, Duke University 2005 -