Ramesh Boggula

Ramesh Boggula

Ramesh Boggula

Position Title

Assistant Professor
Radiation Oncology

Office Location

Gershenson Radiation Oncology Center
3804 Brush St,
Detroit, MI 48201

Mailing Address

Karmanos Cancer Institute
4100 John R Rd. GE00RO
Detroit, MI 48201

Education Training

(2008 - 2011) Doctor of Philosophy, Medical Physics University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany.
(2006 - 2007) Master of Science, Medical Physics University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany.
(2001 - 2004) Master of Science, Medical Biochemistry Manipal University, Manipal, India.
(1998 - 2001) Bachelor of Science, Biophysics Nizam College, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India

Professional Experience

Faculty Appointments
(2022 - Present) Assistant Professor - Clinical, Department of Oncology, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Major Professional Societies

(2016 - Present) American Association of Physicists in Medicine

Board Certification

American Board of Radiology, Therapeutic Medical Physics 


 Original Observations

J Thoelking, J Fleckenstein, Y Sekar, R Boggula, F Lohr, F Wenz, H Wertz. Patient-specific online dose verification based on transmission detector measurements Radiother Oncol. ( 2016) May;119(2):351-6.

Simeonova A, Abo-Madyan Y, El-Haddad M, Welzel G, Polednik M, Boggula R, Wenz F, Lohr F. Comparison of anisotropic aperture based intensity modulated radiotherapy with 3D-conformal radiotherapy for the treatment of large lung tumors. (Radiother Oncol. (2012) Feb; 102 (2):268-73).

R.Boggula, et al. Evaluation of a 2D detector array for patient-specific VMAT QA with different setups (Phys. Med. Biol, 56 (2012):7163-77).

R.Boggula et al. Patient-specific 3D pretreatment and potential 3D online dose verification of Monte Carlo calculated IMRT prostate treatment plans (Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys 81 (2011) 1168-1175).

R.Boggula et al. Experimental validation of a commercial 3D dose verification system for intensity modulated arc therapies (Phys. Med. Biol. 55 (2010) 5619–5633).

R.Boggula, et al. A new strategy for online adaptive prostate radiotherapy based on cone-beam CT (Z Med Phys 2009;19:264-276).

Faculty Status

Radiation Oncology

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