Doctoral candidate Ethan P. M. LaRochelle successfully defended his thesis on April 9, 2020 with all committee and himself remote on a Zoom channel. A large audience logged into to watch him present his work, titled “Modeling broad-spectrum light sources in vivo for applications in cancer treatment and diagnostics”. As an NSF Graduate Fellow, his work developed algorithms and data analysis in both Photodynamic Therapy dosimetry as well as molecular sensing in Radiation Therapy. Congratulations Ethan!
If you missed it, a recording is available here.