Since entering the field of medical physics more than a decade ago, Dimitri Dimitroyannis has worked for organizations like the Scott & White Cancer Institute and the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He currently serves as the chief of medical physics at New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s Stich Center. Dimitri Dimitroyannis graduated from the University of Maryland, where he earned a PhD in experimental nuclear and high-energy physics.
With practical experience with Varian linear accelerators, including the TrueBeam STx, Dr. Dimitroyannis is a specialist in the cost-effective use of modern radiotherapy, a sudfield of medical economics. While overseeing the academic clinic, he and his medical physics team is incolved in the treatment of more than 100 patients a day. To ensure things run as smoothly as possible, Dimitri Dimitroyannis works as an effective manager of technical teams in the demanding academic and clinical environments. Since 1994, he has received over $2 million for research work in the United States and across the world through grants and other awards. He is also earning a master of business administration from Washington University’s Olin School of Business.