Mengying Shi, PhDAssistant Professor
Dr. Mengying Shi graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Biomedical Engineering. Then Dr. Shi earned her doctorate in Medical Physics from University of Massachusetts Lowell (Lowell, MA), having focused research work on an accelerated Monte Carlo simulation of MV-CBCT through algorithm design and GPU implementation. During her residency training at Stanford, Dr. Shi participated in multiple projects including a novel 3D printed dual-target motion phantom for biology-guided radiotherapy (BgRT), a generative adversarial network based Monte Carlo model of the BgRT linac, and the small field dosimetry study of the BgRT system. For the clinical practice, Dr. Shi's interest lies on all aspects of therapeutic medical physics, including but not limited to conventional IGRT, SBRT/SRS, TBI/TSEI, brachytherapy, MR-guided RT, BgRT, etc. Regarding research, she is interested in accelerated Monte Carlo simulation, 3D printing technique, and their translation into clinical practice.