Tingliang Zhuang, PhD

216.444.5571

Tingliang Zhuang, Ph.D.

Appointed: 2010

Tingliang Zhuang, PhD
Department: Radiation Oncology
Associate Staff
Location: Cleveland Clinic Main Campus
Mail Code T28
9500 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44195
WorkAppointment:216.444.5571
WorkFax:216.444.8934
Surgeon:
No
Treats:
Adults Only

Biographical Sketch

Tingliang Zhuang, Ph.D. is a staff physicist at the Cleveland Clinic.  He was a Medical Physics Resident at Duke University Medical Center, and Dr. Zhuang earned a Ph.D. in Medical Physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  He also holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the Nanjing University, Nanjing, P.R. China. 

 

Dr. Zhuang’s primary clinical interests include stereotactic radiotherapy, intensity modulated radiation therapy, and image guided therapy.  His research interests include developing and implementing novel treatment techniques and applications of novel cone-beam CT image reconstruction for image guided therapy.

Education & Fellowships

Residency - Duke University Medical Center
Medical Physics
Durham, NC USA
2010
Doctorate - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Medical Physics
Madison, WI USA
2008
Undergraduate - Nanjing University
Electrical Engineering
Nanjing China
1996

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