Rachel Ger, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences



  • Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences
  • Assistant Professor of Oncology

Departments / Divisions



  • B.S.; University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) (North Carolina) (2014)
  • Ph.D.; University of Texas Health Science Center (Texas) (2019)

Additional Training

Residency, Therapeutic Medical Physics, Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, AZ (2021)

Research & Publications

Selected Publications

Ger RB, Zhou S, Elgohari B, Elhalawani H, Mackin DM, Meier JG, Nguyen CM, Anderson BM, Gay C, Ning J, Fuller CD, Li H, Howell RM, Layman RR, Mawlawi O, Stafford RJ, Aerts H, Court LE. Radiomics features of the primary tumor fail to classify overall survival in large oropharynx patient cohorts. PLOS One, 2019. 14(9):e0222509

Ger RB, Zhou S, Chi PM, Lee HJ, Layman RR, Jones AK, Goff DL, Fuller CD, Howell RM, Li H, Stafford RJ, Court LE, Mackin DS. Comprehensive investigation on controlling for inter-scanner variabilities in radiomics studies. Scientific Reports, 2018. 8(1):13047

Kisling KD, Ger RB, Netherton TJ, Cardenas CE, Owens CA, Anderson BM, Lee J, Rhee DJ, Edward SS, Gay SS, He Y, David SD, Yang J, Nitsch PL, Balter PA, Urbauer DL, Peterson CB, Court LE, Dube S. A snapshot of medical physics practice patterns. Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics, 2018. 19(6):306-315

Joint Head and Neck Radiotherapy-MRI Development Cooperative. A multi-institutional comparison of dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging parameter calculations. Scientific Reports, 2017. 7(1):11185

Ger RB, Yang J, Ding Y, Jacobsen MC, Fuller CD, Howell RM, Li H, Stafford RJ, Zhou S, Court LE. Accuracy of deformable image registration on magnetic resonance images in digital and physical phantoms. Medical Physics, 2017. 44(1):5153-5161

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