Eric Cameron, Ph.D.

Eric joined CAMP in 2021 following completion of his clinical residency in diagnostic medical physics with Medical and Radiation Physics, Inc. Eric completed his Bachelor of Science in Physics at the University of Wyoming and his Ph.D. in Medical Physics at Purdue University where he specialized in MRI image post processing and MR spectroscopy.

As a diagnostic medical physicist, Eric is passionate about all things MRI, especially MR safety and recently received his MR Safety Expert (MRSE) certification in March 2022. He also successfully passed his ABR Diagnostic certification in April 2022.

Eric is originally from Colorado Springs, CO and was excited to move back to Colorado with his Wife, Katie, and three young boys to enjoy the beautiful weather and mountains.

Eric is based in Parker.


Cameron E, Dyke JP, Hernandez N, Louis ED, Dydak U (2018). Cerebral gray matter volume losses in essential tremor: A case-control study using high resolution tissue probability maps. Park Relat Disord. 2018; 51: 85-90. doi:10.1016/j.parkreldis.2018.03.008.

Dyke JP, Cameron E, Hernandez N, Dydak U, Louis ED (2017). Gray matter density loss in essential tremor: a lobule by lobule analysis of the cerebellum. Cerebellum & ataxias. 2017; Jul 3; 4:10. doi: 10.1186/s40673-017-0069-3. PMCID: PMC5494891.

Eric is a mentor for CAMP’s residency program overseeing the “Magnetic Resonance Imaging,” “Ultrasound,” and “Board Exam Prep” rotations. You can find his biosketch here: Eric Cameron Biosketch