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. 


  • 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).