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Heather Whitney

  • Ph.D.
  • Assistant Professor of Physics
  • Wheaton College
  • 10PublicationsNumber of items in Heather's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 25Followers

Research interests

physics education researchpolymer gel dosimetrynuclear magnetic resonancemagnetic resonance imaging

Followers (25)

  • Leonardo Trancoso

    Leonardo TrancosoFederal Institute of Education Science and Technology of Espírito Santo

  • Frank Tyger

    Frank Tyger

  • Nathan Taylor

    Nathan TaylorWheaton College

  • Jose Jonnas de Sousa

    Jose Jonnas de SousaFederal University of Ceara

  • Tory Leonard

    Tory Leonard

  • Nate Thom

    Nate Thom

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Publications (5)

  • Additive Benefit of Quantitative Radiomics in Distinguishing Between Benign Lesions and Luminal A Cancer Subtypes on a Large Clinical Breast MRI Dataset

    • Taylor N
    • Drukker K
    • Edwards A
    • et al.
  • Accuracy and robustness of a simple algorithm to measure vessel diameter from B-mode ultrasound images

    • Hunt B
    • Flavin D
    • Bauschatz E
    • et al.
  • James Clerk Maxwell: A Model for Twenty-first Century Physics in the Christian Liberal Arts

    • Whitney H
  • Behavioral and ERP responses to emotionally evocative images among high and low trait anger college age men

    • Ross K
    • Addleman D
    • Early A
    • et al.
  • Magnetization transfer proportion: a simplified measure of dose response for polymer gel dosimetry.

    • Whitney H
    • Gochberg D
    • Gore J
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor of Physics

Wheaton College

July 2010 - Present

Assistant Professor of Physics and Engineering Science

Cumberland University

August 2008 - May 2010(2 years)

Education history

Ph.D., Physics

Vanderbilt University

August 2003 - May 2009(6 years)

M.S., Medical Physics

Vanderbilt University Medical School

August 2003 - December 2007(4 years)

M.S., Physics

Vanderbilt University

August 2003 - May 2006(3 years)

B.S., Physics and Performing and Visual Arts

King University

August 1999 - May 2003(4 years)