Dr. Bin Han is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Department of Radiation Oncology, Stanford University. Dr. Han finished the CAMPEP-credited Therapeutic Medical Physics residency at Stanford in 2013 and became the American Board of Radiology certified Medical Physicist in 2014. Dr. Han joined the faculty at the Department of Radiation Oncology, Stanford University in 2013 after the residency and was promoted to the associate level in 2019. Dr. Han is responsible for providing high quality clinical medical physics services, developing innovative radiation therapy treatment devices, and new treatment protocols to improve patient care. He leads several research projects including the development of an advanced EPID-based dosimetric solution, an ultrasound system for image guided prostate cancer treatment, depth sensing and 3D-printing techniques for total body irradiation, and predicting treatment effectiveness and cancer recurrence with deep learning. Dr. Han is also mentoring graduate students, postdocs, and residents at Stanford for their research guidance and clinical education.
Clinical Associate Professor, Radiation Oncology - Radiation Physics