Ms. Cuff graduated from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, as a dual major, with a B.S. in Health Physics and a B.A. in Anthropology. While in college she interned in the ALARA department at a nuclear power plant, became certified as a radiation emergency responder, participated in a research project on investigating radon levels, and did field work at an archaeological site in New Mexico. After graduating college, Ms. Cuff joined West Physics in August 2016. She is currently working as a Health Physicist.
Ms. Cuff is originally from Ringtown, Pennsylvania
- Bachelor’s of Science in Health Physics – Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
- Bachelor’s of Arts in Anthropology – Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
- Sigma Pi Sigma – Physics Honors Society
- Lambda Alpha – Anthropology Honors Society
- Health Physics Society
Mr. Agordzo joined West Physics after the completion of his Master’s degree in Radiation Medicine from Georgetown University. His graduate research focused on In-vivo Dosimetry Calculations and Clinical inter-comparison of Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) and Thermoluminescent (TL) Dosimeters.
Prior to joining West Physics, Mr. Agordzo worked as a Graduate Research Assistant in the Radiation Detection Dosimetry Laboratory, and the Division of Comprehensive Medicine, Georgetown University.
Mr. Agordzo has served on the Planning Committee, and currently serves on the Medical Response Committee, of the Health Physics Society. He has also presented numerous research projects at Health Physics Society Annual Meetings.
Mr. Agordzo is originally from Ghana, West Africa.
- Master of Science in Radiation Physics/ Radiation Medicine – Georgetown University
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics/ Health Physics – Alcorn State University
- Bachelor of Science in Marketing – University of Professional Studies, Ghana
- American Association of Physicists in Medicine
- American Physics Society
- Radiation Research Society
- Health Physics Society
- International Radiation Physics Society
- Epsilon Pi Tau Honors Society
- Golden Key Honors Society
“Inter-Comparison of Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) and Thermoluminescence (TLD) dosimeters in a Clinical Application” – Health Physics Annual Meeting (Raleigh, NC) – July, 2017.
“Radiological Evaluation of Natural and Anthropogenic Isotopes of Fish Samples Collected in Mississippi River” – Health Physics Annual Meeting (Madison, WI) – July, 2013.
“Qualitative Analysis of Isotopic concentration in sludge samples collected from water treatment facility” – Health Physics Annual Meeting (Sacramento, CA) – July, 2012.
“Health Effect following a radiological emergency in first responders” – Health Physics Annual Meeting (West Palm Beach, FL) – July, 2011.
Mr. Amadeo has been working in Medical and Research Health Physics activities for the past 18 years. He was the Radiation Safety Officer for the New Mexico VA Health Care System before joining West Physics. As the Senior Health Physicist for a major medical center in Winston-Salem, NC, he was part of a pilot study to treat brain cancer using I-125. He has extensive regulatory knowledge in Nuclear Medicine and PET Cyclotron activities.
Mr. Amadeo served as a Combat Medic in the U.S Army for fifteen years. He is originally from Coamo, Puerto Rico.
- Master of Science in Health Physics – Illinois Institute of Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Health Physics – Francis Marion University
- Associates of Science in Health Studies – Florence Darlington Technical College
Dr. Greenhalgh earned his A.B. degree in physics from Princeton University in 1976, where as a senior he worked at the Princeton Cyclotron in experimental nuclear physics under the direction of Stuart J. Freedman. He completed his Ph.D. at Stanford University in 1981, where he studied under Mel Schwartz (a 1988 Nobel laureate in physics), specializing in experimental elementary particle physics. In 1981, Dr. Greenhalgh returned to Princeton as a post-doctoral research associate and later became a Lecturer in the Department of Physics. In 1985, he joined FONAR Corp. as a Research Scientist – Engineer and since 1987 has served as FONAR’s Director of MRI Applications Research. In that capacity, Dr. Greenhalgh has had broad responsibilities in pulse sequence programming and software development, field service, and clinical applications. He is now very happy to bring his many years of imaging expertise to bear as a consulting physicist for West Physics.
Dr. Greenhalgh is originally from New City, New York.
- Doctor of Philosophy in Physics – Stanford University
- Bachelor of Arts in Physics – Princeton University