Nuclear Medicine Tech Program

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Faculty Administrative Position

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    Norman Bolus, Director 2008 -

    Norman Bolus is the Program Director and an Assistant Professor for the UAB Master of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology as well as the Interim-Program Director for the UAB Master of Science in Health Physics. He was in clinical practice for 3 years as a staff nuclear medicine technologist prior to joining the UAB School of Health Professions. He has served in many capacities for the program as lab instructor, teacher, assistant professor and clinical coordinator before assuming the role of ...

  • Faculty Position

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    Emily Caffrey, Assistant Professor (P) 2020 -

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    Muhammad Maqbool, Associate Professor (P) 2017 -

    My name is Muhammad Maqbool. I work as an Associate Professor of Health Physics in the Department of Clinical & Diagnostic Sciences, School of Health Professions at UAB, since May 2017. I have obtained my Ph.D. degree in Condensed Matter Physics & Photonics from Ohio University, USA. I have obtained M.S. degree in Medical & Radiation Physics from the University of Birmingham, UK. I got my first degree from the University of Peshawar, Pakistan. Before joining UAB as a faculty member, I worked as ...

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    Norman Bolus, Assistant Professor (P) 2008 -

    Norman Bolus is the Program Director and an Assistant Professor for the UAB Master of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology as well as the Interim-Program Director for the UAB Master of Science in Health Physics. He was in clinical practice for 3 years as a staff nuclear medicine technologist prior to joining the UAB School of Health Professions. He has served in many capacities for the program as lab instructor, teacher, assistant professor and clinical coordinator before assuming the role of ...

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    Remo George, Assistant Professor (P) 2008 -

    I have a background in biochemistry, biophysics, nuclear medicine and molecular imaging sciences, with training and expertise in radioisotope applications in medicine, nanotechnology, and cancer biology. I have taught courses for undergraduate and graduate health sciences students in a problem-based learning approach for many years. I have a record of successful post-doctoral research which includes the use of nanoparticles for modulation of free radicals in radiation therapy, and the upregulati...

  • Non-faculty Academic Position

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    Amy Brady, Asst Prof 2021 -

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    Elizabeth Cloyd, Credentialed Course Instructor 2011 -

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