Scott Hadley

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University: 
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Unit: 
Medicine
Department: 
Radiation Oncology
Title: 
Assistant Professor
Phone: 
734-936-4309
Short bio: 

I received my PhD from the University of Chicago Medical Physics program in 2000. My dissertation focused on the use of video camera and surface models to imporve patient setup for radiotherapy. I started as the first medical physics resident in the radiation oncology department here at Michigan and took a faculty after finishing in 2002. I split my time between clincical server, research and teaching. My clinical work is centered on treatment planning and delivery of high dose radiation treatments in the thorax and abdomen.

Research summary: 

My research has been diverse including, prostate tracking using RF beacons, statistical analysis of safety systems to improve usefulness, video based patient positioning.

Recent publications: 

Hadley, S. W., Balter, J. M., & Lam, K. L. (2009). Analysis of couch position tolerance limits to detect mistakes in patient setup. J Appl Clin Med Phys, 10(4), 2864.

Litzenberg, D. W., Hadley, S. W., Lam, K. L., & Balter, J. M. (2007a). A precision translation stage for reproducing measured target volume motions. Journal of applied clinical medical physics / American College of Medical Physics, 8(3), 2221.

Litzenberg, D. W., Hadley, S. W., Tyagi, N., Balter, J. M., Haken, Ten, R. K., & Chetty, I. J. (2007b). Synchronized dynamic dose reconstruction. Medical Physics, 34(1), 91–102.

Hadley, S. W., & Lam, K. (2006). Light field and crosshair quality assurance test using a simple lens system. Medical Physics, 33(4), 930–932.

Litzenberg, D. W., Balter, J. M., Hadley, S. W., Sandler, H. M., Willoughby, T. R., Kupelian, P. A., & Levine, L. (2006). Influence of intrafraction motion on margins for prostate radiotherapy. International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics, 65(2), 548–553. doi:10.1016/j.ijrobp.2005.12.033

Hadley, S. W., Kelly, R., & Lam, K. (2005). Effects of immobilization mask material on surface dose. Journal of applied clinical medical physics / American College of Medical Physics, 6(1), 1–7.

Johnson, L. S., Milliken, B. D., Hadley, S. W., Pelizzari, C., Haraf, D. J., & Chen, G. T. (1999). Initial clinical experience with a video-based patient positioning system. International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics, 45(1), 205–213.

Morgan, N., Abashian, A., Gotow, K., Hadley, S. W., & Haim, D. (1994). Polyvinylchloride resistive plate counters for charged particle detection. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section ….

Willoughby, T. R., Kupelian, P. A., Pouliot, J., Shinohara, K., Aubin, M., Roach, M., Skrumeda, L. L., et al. (2006). Target localization and real-time tracking using the Calypso 4D localization system in patients with localized prostate cancer. International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics, 65(2), 528–534. doi:10.1016/j.ijrobp.2006.01.050

Keywords: 
radiation physics,
patient safety,
Medical Imaging