Courtney Stanley has been with Colorado Associates in Medical Physics (CAMP) since 2017. She specializes in therapeutic medical physics and is certified through the American Board of Radiology.
As a Clinical Medical Physicist, Courtney works with various treatment units including, but not limited to, Varian 21EX, Trilogy, and Truebeam Linear Accelerators, Varian Afterloader, Accuray Cyberknife, Tomotherapy, and Pantak Superficial. She has experience with external beam therapies, brachytherapy, HDR planning, prostate seed planting, stereotactic patients, dosimetry review, image fusion and dose accumulation, as well as R&V systems and intraoperative radiotherapy. As a Radiation Safety Officer, Courtney completes Landauer monitoring, radiation safety training, I-131 treatments, and breast seed localizations.
Courtney completed her Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics at St. Bonaventure University in St. Bonaventure, NY. She completed her Masters in Medical Physics at University of Texas, El Paso and her Doctorate of Medical Physics at University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio. She completed her Clinical Residency at UT Health San Antonio, MD Anderson Cancer Center with rotations at San Antonio Military Medical Center.
Courtney is based in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Presentations and Publications:
Marian Manciu, Courtney Bosse, Eli Ruckenstein. “Size-Dependent Transitions in Grafter Polymer Brushers” Journal of Physical Chemistry (2013)13