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Department of Radiation Oncology

Jing Cui, D.Sc., M.S. View profile as PDF

Jing  Cui

Clinical Interests

Dr. Cui provides professional medical physics services for various radiation therapy procedures, such as CT simulations, treatment planning, 3DCRT, IMRT, SBRT, HDR, LDR prostate implants, quality assurance and quality improvements. Dr. Cui is a medical physicist with expertise in image-guided radiation therapy and beam modeling. Her research interests also include Monte Carlo dose calculation and patient dose change caused by anatomic change over the course of radiation therapy. Dr. Cui also is interested in ways to improve data sharing capabilities between institutions and among different software applications.

Title:

Assistant Professor

Specialty:

Cancer, Medical Physics, Radiation Oncology

Department:

Radiation Oncology

Division:

Radiation Oncology

Address/Phone:

UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center
4501 X St., G 0152
Sacramento, CA 95817
Driving Directions
Phone: 800-362-5566

Other Languages:

Chinese (Mandarin)

Education:

M.S., Shanghai Jiao Jong University, Shanghai, 2001
D.Sc., Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, 2004
B.S., Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, 1998

Residency:

UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, California, 2010

Fellowships:

Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, 2008

Board Certifications:

American Board of Radiology, 2011

Professional Memberships:

American Association of Physicists in Medicine, full member
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, senior member
American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, associate member

Select Honors and Awards:

AAPM Summer School Scholarship & Capintec Travel Award, AAPM, 2009

Undergraduate Fellowship with Honors, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 1997

Select Recent Publications:

Stanic S, Mathai M, Cui J, Purdy JA, Valicenti RK. Relationship Between Pelvic Organ-at-Risk Dose and Clinical Target Volume in Postprostatectomy Patients Receiving Intensity-Modulated Radiotherapy. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 2011 Apr 30. [Epub ahead of print]

P. E. Lindsay, I. El Naqa, A. J. Hope, M. Vicic, J. Cui, J. D. Bradley, and J. O. Deasy, Retrospective Monte Carlo dose calculations with limited beam weight information, Med Phys 34, 334-346 (2007).

S. Davidson, J. Cui, D. Followill, G. Ibbott, J. Deasy, A flexible Monte Carlo tool for patient or phantom specific calculations: comparison with preliminary validation measurements, J Phys: Conference Series, (2007).

S. Stojadinovic, D. A. Low, A. J. Hope, M. Vicic, J. O. Deasy, J. Cui, D. Khullar, et al., MicroRT—small animal conformal irradiator, Med Phys 34, 4706-4716 (2007).

I. El Naqa, J. Cui, P. Lindsay, G. Olivera, and J. O. Deasy, The denoising of Monte Carlo dose distributions using convolution superposition calculations, Phys Med Biol 52, N375-385 (2007).

J. Cui and R. Agarwal, Three-dimensional computation of a synthetic jet in quiescent air, AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) J 44, 2857-2865 (2006).

J. Cui, K. Deng, and N. Huang, Simulation and experimental investigation of a 6-cylinder diesel engine changed to use single exhaust manifold turbocharged system, Ship Engineering, No. 1, 33-36 (2001).

S. Fang, K. Deng, and J. Cui, Comparison of computational methods of one dimensional unsteady flow in intake and exhaust pipes of I.C. engine, Vehicle Engine, No. 3, 22-25, (2000).

J. Cui, and Q. Yin, Study on the exhaust emissions of NOx and particles from a medium-speed marine diesel engine with emulsified fuel, (translated & edited), Diesel Engine, No. 1, (1999).

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