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Medical Physics Resident

Work Phone: (412) 359-6822
Location: Allegheny General Hospital

Biography
Ms. Yun joined Allegheny Health Network as a medical physics resident in July 2020 after having been successfully matched with AHN’s Medical Physics Residency Program. Her research in graduate school focused on ‘Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation on Halcyon Linac’ which won the University of Kentucky Annual Research Competition and was presented at the 2020 AAPM meeting as an ePoster. Her current main interest in Medical Physics is in quality improvements of patient care.

Education
Stella received her undergraduate degree in nuclear engineering and engineering physics from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She completed her Master’s degrees in radiological medical physics at the University of Kentucky.

John Berzanske, MS
Medical Physics Resident

Work Phone: (412) 359-4704
Location: Allegheny General Hospital

Biography
Mr. Berzanske is a first year medical physics resident in the Allegheny Health Network (AHN) since July 2021. His graduate school research involved dosimetric comparison of cranial SRS treatment plans between different treatment planning systems. His interests include brachytherapy, SRS and SBRT. He is a member of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine.

Education
John completed his MS in medical physics at Oregon Health and Science University after receiving undergraduate degrees in physics and electrical engineering from Cleveland State University.