John C. Patrick, PhD

John C. Patrick, PhD

Associate Medical Physicist, Rhode Island Hospital

Phone: 401-444-9835
Email: jpatrick@lifespan.org

Mailing address: 
Department of Radiation Oncology 
Rhode Island Hospital 
593 Eddy St. Providence, RI 02903

Biography

2019-Present: Associate Medical Physicist, Rhode Island Hospital
2014-2015: Linear Accelerator Quality Assurance Intern, London Regional Cancer Program
2011-2013: Clinical Physics Assistant, St. Joseph’s Health Care, London, Ontario 
2005-2017: Research Assistant, Lawson Health Research Institute, London, Ontario
2005-2006: Technical Writer, Philips Tool and Mould, Ltd., London, Ontario 
1998-2005: General Machinist, Philips Tool and Mould Ltd., London, Ontario

Education

2017: PhD, Medical Biophysics, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada 
2013: MSc, Medical Biophysics, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
2010: BSc, Bioinformatics, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada

Publications

Selected Publications

  • John C. Patrick, R. Terry Thompson, Aaron So, John Butler, David Faul, Robert Z. Stodilka, Slav Yartsev, Frank S. Prato, Stewart Gaede. “Technical Note: Comparison of megavoltage, dual-energy, and single-energy CT-based μ-maps for a four-channel breast coil in PET/MRI,” Medical Physics. 2017 Sept; 44(9):4758-4765.
  • Marshall HR, Patrick J, Laidley D, Prato FS, Butler J, Théberge J, Thompson RT, Stodilka RZ. “Description and assessment of a registration-based approach to include bones for attenuation correction of whole-body PET/MRI,” Medical physics. 2013 Aug; 40(8):082509.
  • Stodilka RZ, Modolo J, Prato FS, Robertson JA, Cook C, Patrick J, Beuter A, Thomas AW, Legros A. “Pulsed magnetic field exposure induces lasting changes in neural network dynamics,” Neurocomputing. 2011 Jun; 74(12):2164-2175.
  • Roumeliotis M, Ephrat P, Patrick J, Carson JJ. “Development and characterization of an omnidirectional photoacoustic point source for calibration of a staring 3D photoacoustic imaging system,” Optics express. 2009 Aug; 17(17):15228-15238.