Christopher Njeh



BSc Physics (1989) Univeersity of Birmingham, England; M.Sc. Medical Physics (1990) University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Ph.D. Physics (1995) Sheffield Hallam University, Shefield UK

Physics Department, California State University, Fresno And St Agnes Medical center, Fresno

Dr. Njeh is co-author of two books, 10 book chapters and 45 papers.
His research interests are in the physical measurement of bone, especially the use of dual X-ray absorptiometry and quantitative ultrasound. He is interested in the application of these methods to the management of bone diseases such as osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis, and in all aspect of quality assurance in the use of DXA and QUS. In radiation therapy physics, Dr. Njeh is involved in image guided radiation therapy, especially ways of minimizing motion during radiation therapy.



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