Chad A. Mitchell, Ph.D., DABR
Diagnostic Medical Physicist
Technical Operations Manager
410-339-5447 ext. 114
Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Engineering
Ohio State University
Bachelor of Science in Physics and Mathematics
American Board of Radiology €“ Diagnostic Radiologic Physics Certification, 2000
- de las Heras H, Minniti R, Wilson SO, Mitchell CA,Skopec M, Brunner CC, Chakrabarti K. Experimental estimates of peak skin dose and its relationship to the CT dose index using the CTDI head phantom. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 155(4): 1-7 (2013).
- Gitlin JN, Narayan A, Mitchell CA, Akmal A, et al. A Comparative Study of Conventional Mammography Film Interpretations with Soft Copy Readings of the Same Examination. Journal of Digital Imaging, 20(1):42-52 (2007).
- Ibrahim TS, Mitchell CA, Abraham R, Schmalbrock P. In-depth Study of the Electromagnetics of Ultra High Field MRI NMR in Biomedicine. 20(1):58-68 (2007).
- Thomas JA, Chakrabarti K, Kaczmarek RV, Maslennikov A, Mitchell CA, Romanyukha A. Optimization of Reading Conditions for Flat Panel Displays. Journal of Digital Imaging, 19(2):181-7 (2006).
Dr. Chad Mitchell joined KGHP in 2016. He recently retired from the U.S. Navy after 20 years in a variety of assignments in radiation safety and medical physics. During that time, he provided medical physics support for numerous accredited imaging programs, inspected industrial radiation safety programs and oversaw the safe use of radioactive materials in all naval hospitals and medical research facilities worldwide. Beyond the technical aspects of physics, he enjoys teaching and being an active member of the clinical imaging team.