Gabriela Stroian

Gabriela Stroian, Ph.D.

Gabriela Stoian joined the Medical Physics Department in 2008. She received her clinical training from McGill University where she is currently an Assistant Professor, Medical Physics. She is a member of several North American and European Professional Organziations including l’Association Québécoise des Physicien(ne)s médicaux cliniques (AQPMC).
She has participated in several Examination Committees and supervised the works of Physics Graduate Students.

Research Interests

4-dimensional computed tomography
Respiratory gating, evaluation of post-radiotherapy complications


M.Sc., (Medical Physics) McGill University, 2005
Ph.D., (Theoretical Physics) Montpellier II University, Montpellier, France, 2001
B.Sc., (Theoretical Physics) University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania, 1997

Professional Certifications

American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ESTRO)
Association Canadienne Française pour l’Avancement des Sciences (ACFAS)
Association Québécoise des Physicien(ne)s médicaux cliniques (AQPMC)

Recent Publications

Stroian G, Martens C, Souhami L, Collins D.L, Seuntjens J.P.,  Local correlation between Monte-Carlo dose and radiation-induced fibrosis in lung cancer patients. Int. J. Radiat. Oncol. Biol. Phys., March 2008, Volume 70, Issue 3, pp. 921-930.

Serban M, Heath E, Stroian G, Collins D.L. ,Seuntjens J.  A deformable phantom for 4D radiotherapy verification: Design and image registration evaluation. Med. Phys., March 2008, Volume 35, pp. 1094-1102 .

Alexander A, DeBlois F, Stroian G, Al-Yahya K, Heath E, Seunjens J.  MMCTP: A radiotherapy research environment for Monte Carlo and patient-specific treatment planning. Phys. Med. Biol., July 2007, Volume 52: N297-N308.

Stroian G, Falco T, Seuntjens J.P.,  Elimination of ghost markers during dual sensor-based infrared tracking of multiple individual reflective markers. Med. Phys., July 2004, Volume 31:2008-2019.

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