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Zubair H. Abbasi, M.S., DABR, DABMP

Executive Vice President of Operations & Chief Medical Physicist

Zubair Abbasi

Biography

Before joining West Physics, Mr. Abbasi worked as a health physics technician at the Neely Nuclear Research Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology – while simultaneously working towards two Master’s degrees in nuclear-related subjects. Prior to his graduate tenure, Mr. Abbasi held a variety of engineering positions overseas that provided him with a diverse technical knowledge base.

Mr. Abbasi is originally from Hyderabad, Pakistan.

Education

  • Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering – Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Master of Science in Health Physics – Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering & Technology – Mehran University

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology – Diagnostic Radiological Physics
  • American Board of Medical Physics – Medical Health Physics

Publications

Z. A. Abbasi, “Identification and Calculation of Activity of Unknown Isotopes from Spectral Analysis in Radiological Dispersion Device Incidents”, Master’s Thesis, in press, defended June 2006.