Naim Ozturk, Ph.D

Assistant Professor of Radiation and Cellular Oncology

Research Summary

Dr. Ozturk currently serves as co-investigator on a National Institutes of Health funded grant entitled Development of a Comprehensive Bioethics Curriculum for Medical Physics Trainees. The purpose of this research is to develop a survey addressing the state of ethics education for medical physics trainees. 

In addition to his ethics research, Dr. Ozturk is actively involved in the clinic. He has trained on a variety of systems, including attending Varian and Siemens educational sessions. He also works to ensure the quality of care received by patients by performing quality assurance checks and monitoring equipment. 

Publications

  • RT Deck and N. Ozturk, "Can an observable with discrete eigenvalues be conjugate to a contibuum observable," Foundations of Physics Letters 7, 419 (1994).
  • N. Ozturk and W. Williamson, Jr., "Monte Carlo simulation of keV-electron transport in solid media," Journal of Applied Physics 74, 4723 (1993).
  • N. Ozturk, AJ Antolak and W Williamson, Jr., "Elastic scattering of electrons and positrons by bound phosphorus, indium and antimony atoms," Journal of Applied Physics 71, 11 (1992).