Krystina M. Tack, Ph.D., DABR Director of Medical Physics Graduate Program
Ph.D. in Medical Physics (Therapy), University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (2010) M.S. in Radiation Health Physics, Oregon State University (2006) B.S. in Pre-Medicine/Chemistry, Oregon State University (2002)
Dr. Tack is the medical physics program director and an assistant professor at Oregon Health & Science University. She was an OSU faculty member from 2012-2015. Prior to OSU, Tack served as the Director of Medical Physics at the Chicago Prostate Center in Westmont, Illinois (2010-2011), the CAMPEP Accreditation Coordinator at the OSU Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics Department (summer 2010), Teaching Assistant/Clinical Physicist in the Radiology Department of the University of Texas Health Science Center (2006-2010), Research Assistant in the OSU Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics Department (2004-2006), and Nuclear Medicine Technologist with Nuclear Medicine Consulting Services, Inc. in Albany, Oregon and Medical Imaging Consulting Services, Inc. of Lebanon, OR (2000-2004).
Dr. Tack’s research interests are radiobiological model correlation with patient outcomes (BED), Permanent Prostate Brachytherapy (PPB), and prostate cancer clinical trials.
An Oregonian, Dr. Tack hails from Sweet Home, OR, where she directs a prostate cancer support group for patients and their families that meets once a month.