Steven Johnson

Senior Medical Physicist

About Steven

Driven by Advancing Technology for Patient Treatment

During my freshman year of college, I realized that I wanted to either become a physicist or a mathematician. It wasn’t until my second year in Graduate school that I became interested in Medical Physics. I was initially working towards a Ph.D. in nuclear physics and realized that I wanted to do something related to medicine. After school, I started with The Radiation Oncology group at Valley Hospital where they had all the latest technologies in my field. As the industry advances, I know I am part of an excellent team where we invest in the newest technologies in radiation oncology. I am driven by this and by making great contributions to patient treatment and safety every day.

Specialization & Expertise

  • Medical Physicist
  • Patient Treatment Planning
  • Machine Quality Assurance

Credentials

Positions:

Charleston Area Medical Center (1999-2004)

Certifications:

American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Radiological Physics

New York State License in Medical Physics

Education and Training:

Undergraduate:

SUNY Buffalo, Bachelor of Science, Physics and Bachelor of Science, Mathematics (1996)

Post-Graduate School:

University of Cincinnati, Master’s Degree, Medical Physics (1999)