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Raymond Raylman, Ph.D.

   R. Raylman's research entails the development of new nuclear medicine imaging techniques.

The sphere of interest:

   Imaging physics, physics, biomedical engineering

Selected publications:

- A.V. Stolin, S. Majewski, G. Jaliparthi, R.R. Raylman, J. Proffitt, Evaluation of Imaging Modules Based on SensL Array SB-8 for Nuclear Medicine Applications, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 2014;61(5):2433-2438.

- R.R. Raylman, K. Vaigneur, A.V. Stolin, G. Jaliparthi, G, Arrays of Segmented, Tapered Light Guides for Use With Large, Planar Scintillation Detectors, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 2015;62(3):694-698 (NIHMSID 712407).

- R.R. Raylman, A.V. Stolin, P. Sompali, N. Bunda-Randall, P.F. Martone, N.H. Clinthorne, Investigation of a Dedicated, High Resolution PET/CT Scanner for Staging and Treatment Planning of Head and Neck Cancer, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 2015;62(5):2057-2066.

- R.R. Raylman, A.V. Stolin, P.F. Martone, M.F. Smith, TandemPET-A High Resolution, Small Animal, Virtual Pinhole-Based PET Scanner: Initial Design Study, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 2016;63(1):75-83.

- R.R. Raylman and A.V. Stolin, Immersion Cooling of Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPM) for Nuclear Medicine Imaging Applications, Radiation Measurements, 2016;85:111-115.