CADDI Lab Team

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Alon Witztum, DPhil

Lab Director

Alon Witztum is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology at the University of California, San Francisco where he founded the CADDI Lab. His interests are rooted in data driven insights and innovation, toxicity/outcome modelling, and clinical automation. He explores these themes using traditional data analysis, scripting, and machine learning techniques.

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Tomi Nano, PhD

Resident Researcher

Tomi Nano is a second-year Physics resident at the University of California, San Francisco where he has worked with the CADDI Lab on a quality improvement project for patients undergoing radiation with voluntary breath-hold using SDX.

 

CADDI Collaborators

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Emily Hirata, PhD

Associate Professor
Chief of Clinical Physics

Emily Hirata works closely with the CADDI Lab due to her interests in improving clinical and operational efficiency. She provides mentorship, guidance, and feedback on many CADDI projects.

 

CADDI Students

Daniel Jaso, BS

USF MS Health Informatics

Priyanka Sharma, BS

USF MS Health Informatics

Surabhi Kasat, BDS

USF MS Health Informatics

 

Former CADDIs

Katelyn Hasse, PhD

Former: Resident Researcher
Current: Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology, UCSF