Department of Radiology
Emily Marshall’s research focuses on the development of translational radiation dosimetry models for application in the fluoroscopic imaging of pediatric patient populations. Her work includes developing an organ dose feedback mechanism for pediatric cardiac catheterization procedures and contributing to an ongoing large cohort epidemiology study aimed at quantifying medical radiation risks in children. She has a clinical interest in optimizing imaging applications in pediatric patient populations.
Her work has been published in Physics in Medicine and Biology and Radiation Research. She received the Editor’s Choice Award in 2018 for an article in Medical Physics. In 2019 she was selected as a fellow in the Council of Early Career Investigators in Imaging by the Academy for Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Research.
Marshall earned MS and PhD degrees in biomedical engineering, and a BS in nuclear engineering science, all from the University of Florida. As a graduate student, she served as a fellow of the American Association of University Women. She completed her residency in diagnostic radiology physics at the University of Chicago.