Bruce Libby, PhD

Bruce Libby, PhD

Bruce Libby

Professor and Director of Clinical Physics Residency of Radiation Oncology
Office Phone: 434-982-6609
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Radiological Physics, Radiation Oncology

Research/Clinical Interests
Dr. Libby joined the Department of Radiation Oncology as a member of the Clinical Physics faculty in 2008. He received his PhD in Nuclear Chemistry at the University of Maryland. Prior to joining UVA, he was an Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology Physics at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He is board certified by both the ABMP and the ABR, and was elected as a Fellow of the AAPM in 2016. His clinical interests include brachytherapy and novel brachytherapy techniques. In his role as the chief of clinical brachytherapy physics, he is working on the development of new brachytherapy applicators and improved methods of patient treatment, including the development of a state of the art Image Guided Brachytherapy (IGBT) Suite and Intra Operative Brachytherapy (IOBT). He also serves as the Director of the Medical Physics residency program where he is actively involved in resident teaching and course organization.

Ph.D. Degree
1992    University of Maryland – Nuclear Chemistry

2002    American Board of Medical Physics – Radiation Oncology Physics
2015    American Board of Radiology – Therapeutic Medical Physics

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