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Mallory C. Glenn, PhD

Education and Training

College: Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (2015); Radiological Health Engineering, minor in Mathematics

Doctorate:The University of Texas MD Anderson UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Houston, TX (2020); Medical Physics

Published works

M Glenn, C Peterson, R Howell, D Followill, J Pollard-Larkin, S Kry. “Sensitivity of IROC phantom performance to radiotherapy treatment planning system beam modeling parameters based on community-driven data.” Medical Physics, 2020.

S. Edward, M Glenn, C Peterson, P Balter, J Pollard-Larkin, R Howell, D Followill, S Kry. “Dose calculation errors as a component of failing IROC lung and spine phantom irradiations.” Medical Physics, 2020.

M Glenn, C Peterson, D Followill, R Howell, J Pollard‐Larkin, S Kry. “Reference dataset of users’ photon beam modeling parameters for the Eclipse, Pinnacle, and RayStation treatment planning systems.” Medical Physics, 2019.

S Kry, M Glenn, C Peterson, D Branco, H Mehrens, A Steinmann, D Followill. “Independent recalculation outperforms traditional measurement‐based IMRT QA methods in detecting unacceptable plans.” Medical Physics, 2019.

M Glenn, V Hernandez, J Saez, DS Followill, RM Howell, J Pollard-Larkin, S Zhou, S Kry. “Treatment plan complexity does not predict IROC Houston anthropomorphic head and neck phantom performance.” Physics in Medicine & Biology, 2018.

M Carson, A Molineu, PA Taylor, D Followill, F Stingo, S Kry. “Examining credentialing criteria and poor performance indicators for IROC Houston’s anthropomorphic head and neck phantom.” Medical Physics, 2016.