Bio sketch and research interests: Dr. Evans completed his Ph.D. in Medical Physics at Virginia Commonwealth University in June 2011, where his dissertation focused on statistical iterative reconstruction algorithms for quantitative dual-energy CT and improved CT dose utilization. He then joined the University of Virginia in July 2011 for a year of focused training in their clinical radiotherapy physics residency program. He returned to Richmond in July 2012 to join the faculty at VCU to help ensure that radiation treatments are delivered to each patient with the highest level of precision, accuracy and efficiency possible. His main clinical interests include hypo-fractionated stereotactic radiotherapy, high dose rate brachytherapy, and efficient QA processes and also remains active in the statistical CT reconstruction research group at VCU.