BILOXI, Miss., Feb. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Jeffrey M. Nuskind, M.S., DABR is recognizedby Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in the field of Medicine in recognition of his role as Senior Medical Physicist at Keesler Air Force Base.
Located within the panhandle of the Mississippi
Amassing several years of experience in the field of Medicine, in his current capacity Nuskind is the Senior Medical Physicist at Keesler Air Force Base. Throughout his career, Nuskind has attained experience within the areas of stereotactic radiosurgery, and handles quality assurance of patients undergoing radiation therapy. A renowned physicist, Nuskind is responsible for calibrating medical equipment, working with physicians and analyzing the response from radiation. "There are three different sub disciplines within my branch of medicine: therapeutic, nuclear and diagnostic," Nuskind said. "I specialize in the therapeutic aspects of medical physics." In his previous years prior to joining the team at the U.S. Air Force 81st Medical Group at Keesler Air Force Base, Nuskind worked at St. Francis Care, Landauer Medical Physics and St. Vincent Hospital at Green Bay.
Throughout the course of his education and training, Nuskind attained his both his Master of Science degree in Health and Medical Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1981 and his Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Physics. Board certified in Therapeutic Radiologic Physics by the American College of Radiologists, Nuskind is a Licensed Therapy X-Ray Inspector for the State of Virginia. Additionally, he is a Radiation Oncology Physicist and Health Physicist for the States of Indiana and Florida.
To further his professional development, Nuskind is an affiliate of several organizations including the AAPM- which regularly brings him to events as a public speaker. Additionally, Nuskind is a member of Elite American Healthcare Professionals, the International Association of Radiologists, the Radiosurgery Society, the American Society for Radiation Oncology and the American College of Radiology.
When not working, Nuskind enjoys flying utilizing the pilot's license he acquired in 1973. NusHe dedicates this recognition to the loving memory of his parents, Arnold (Ret. Vet, WWII) and Shirley Nuskind.
For more information, visit www.keesler.af.mil.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, firstname.lastname@example.org
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