Renee Butler has been with Colorado Associates in Medical Physics (CAMP) since 2017. She specializes in diagnostic medical physics and is certified through the American Board of Radiology.
As a Medical Physicist with CAMP, Renee completes medical physics support including data acquisition and analysis, documentation, software development, and research support. She is a qualified inspector for Colorado and completes performance testing on multiple imaging modalities including general radiology/fluoroscopy, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, PET, CT, mammography, and MRI.
Renee completed her Bachelor of Science in Physics at Stetson University in Deland, Florida and her Master of Science in Medical Physics at University of Texas Health Science Center Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in Houston, Texas.
Renee is based in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Presentations and Publications
- Dickinson, R.L., Zamora, D.A., Kanal, K.M., and Stewart, B.K. Estimated Skin Dose Look-up Tables and their Effect on Dose Awareness in the Fluoroscopy-Guided Imaging Suite. American Journal of Roentgenology. 2014 September; 203(3):630-6.
- Peterson, E.C, Kanal, K.M., Dickinson, R.L., Stewart, B.K., and Kim, L.J. Radiation-Induced Complications in Endovascular Neurosurgery: Incidence of Skin Effects and the Feasibility of Estimating Risk of Future Tumor Formation. Neurosurgery. NEU-D-12-00678R1
- Dickinson, R.L., Erwin W.D., Stevens, D.M., Bidaut, L., Mar, M.V., Macapinlac, H., Wendt, R.E. Hybrid Modality Fusion of Planar Scintigrams and CT Topograms to Localize Sentinel Lymph Nodes in Breast Lymphoscintigraphy: Technical Description and Phantom Studies. International Journal of Molecular Imaging. Volume 2011. Article ID 298102.
- Mar, M.V., Dickinson, R.L., Erwin, W.D., and Wendt, III, R.E.. Optimal 57Co flood source activity and acquisition time for lymphoscintigraphy localization images. Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology 36 (2):82-87. 2008.