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Cynthia Goodman Mumma, M.S., M.S.E., DABR, MRSE

Senior Health Physicist



Ms. Goodman Mumma, dually-certified by the ABR in both Diagnostic Radiological and Medical Nuclear Physics and a certified MR Safety Expert (MRSE), has over 25 years of experience providing diagnostic medical physics support for all imaging modalities in both clinical and R&D settings. In addition, she has served as the RSO radioactive materials, x-ray, and linear accelerator programs for large health care networks in the South and Mid-Atlantic regions. Prior to joining West Physics, she served as the institutional Chief Physicist for Imaging, RSO, and MR Safety Officer for a tertiary care network in Pennsylvania.

During her career, her scope of services has continuously expanded to accommodate the diverse needs of the institutions she has served. Examples include development of testing protocols for kV radiographic and CBCT components of accelerator On Board Imaging devices, internal dosimetry calculators for SIRT microspheres procedures, technology assessments of emerging modalities such as spectral CT and wide-angle digital breast tomosynthesis systems, design and implementation of patient dose monitoring programs for CT and fluoroscopy, and provision of support to MRI services as an MRSE in evaluating implants for scan clearance–in addition to maintaining currency with changing regulatory requirements for diagnostic x-ray and accelerator programs, and radioactive materials programs authorized use under 10 CFR Parts 35.100 through 35.1000 as well as Part 37 (Increased Controls).

In addition to clinical services, Ms. Goodman Mumma has been actively engaged with medical physics teaching and education through the provision of classroom instruction in radiological physics in RT and CNMT training programs, development of web-based certification and training modules for non-radiologist physician operators of fluoroscopy units as well as radiation and MRI safety refresher courses.

Ms. Goodman Mumma maintains professional interests in physics education, MR safety, and the development of programs and protocols developed towards maximizing the dose efficiency for all modalities utilizing ionizing radiation.

Ms. Goodman Mumma is originally from Oklahoma.


  • Master’s of Science in Radiological Physics – The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
  • Master’s of Science in Biomedical Engineering – The University of Washington College of Engineering


  • American Board of Radiology – Diagnostic Radiological Physics
  • American Board of Radiology – Medical Nuclear Physics
  • American Board of Magnetic Resonance Safety – Magnetic Resonance Safety Expert


  • American Association of Physicists in Medicine
  • Health Physics Society


Mumma CG, Prince JR: Bootstrap sensitometry for nuclear medicine.
Med Phys 15, 1988.

Mumma CG, Prince JR: Contrast-detail curve measurement and analysis in radiological imaging. SPIE 901, 1988.

Prince JR, Mumma CG: The logistic distribution as a model of film characteristic curves in radiological imaging. SPIE 914, 1988.

Da Souza M, Mumma CG: Physical and subjective evaluation of a three-detector (Triad 88) SPECT system. Aust Phys Eng Sci Med 18:185, 1995. Presented at RSNA, 1992.

Mumma CG: CT dose optimization. Medical Imaging. June 2006 (p.32)

Mumma CG, Prince JR: Bootstrap sensitometry in nuclear medicine. Radiology 165(P): 329, 1987.

Mumma CG, Prince JR: Application of a logistic function to the analysis of contrast-detail
curves. Radiology 165(P): 92, 1987.

Mumma CG, Prince JR: Fitting contrast-detail curves with a logistic function. J Nuc Med 29:273, 1988.

Prince JR, Mumma CG, Kouvelis A: Application of the logistic distribution to film sensitometry in nuclear medicine. J Nuc Med 29: 273, 1988.

Mumma CG, Prince JR: Effect of count density on contrast-detail curves in radioscintigraphy. J Nuc Med 29: 274, 1988.


Mumma CG, Prince JR: Contrast-detail curve measurement and analysis in radiological imaging. SPIE, Los Angeles, CA, July, 1987.

Mumma CG, Prince JR: Bootstrap sensitometry in nuclear medicine. AAPM
Southwest Chapter, San Antonio, TX, October, 1987.

Mumma CG: Comparability of soft- and laser camera hard-copy image quality in digital
fluoroscopy. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, August 1998.

Mumma CG: Dose optimization in Full Field Digital Mammography. CME course presentation (Breast Health Services (Lehigh Valley Hospital Health Network). October, 2006

Mumma CG: Patient dose management in interventional fluoroscopy. CME course presentation (Interventional Cardiology physicians, Lehigh Valley Health Network). June, 2009

Mumma CG: Optimization of image quality in Full Field Digital Mammography. CME course presentation (Hologic, Inc., Bedford MA) June 4, 2010