Lisa Whitelock, DMP, DABR
Diagnostic Medical Physicist
Technical Operations Manger
410-339-5447 ext. 121
Bachelor of Science in Physics
Grand Valley State University
Doctor of Medical Physics
American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic Medical Physics
- Genovese Lisa (2009). Meteor Showers. SETI research project presented at the Annual Midwest Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics at The Ohio State University.
- Genovese Lisa (2010). Low Resolution, High Spatial Resolution Spectroscopy with a Digital Camera. Grand Valley State University senior project presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research at the University of Montana.
- Genovese Lisa (2013). Radiation Dose-Dependent Characteristics of CT Images Reconstructed with Statistical Iterative Algorithms. Vanderbilt University research project poster presentation at the 2013 AAPM Annual Meeting.
Lisa Whitelock took an interest in physics at an early age. After completing her undergraduate degree in Physics, she chose to apply her knowledge to the medical field by pursing a graduate degree. She enjoys the hands-on aspects of medical physics and joined KGHP after completing her Professional Doctorate in Diagnostic Medical Physics at Vanderbilt University in 2014. She has also obtained her diagnostic medical physics certification through the American Board of Radiology. She enjoys teaching and is passionate about physics education, especially with the general public. Her career goals include becoming an active committee member of AAPM and mentoring young women in science.