Lloyd Asp, MS, DAPR has nearly 40 years of experience as a radiotherapy physicist, and has been with The Medical Center Cancer Treatment Center since 1983. He completed his residency in Radiological Physics at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan and earned his Master’s degree in Radiological Sciences from the University of Wisconsin. He is certified by the American Board of Radiology, Diplomat in Therapeutic Radiological Physics.
Sarah Rogers, MS, DAPR joined The Medical Center in January 2012. She earned her Master's degree in Therapeutic Medical Physics from Vanderbilt University. Before joining The Medical Center, she served as Clinical Medical Physicist at New Hanover Radiation Oncology in Wilmington, North Carolina. There she was the lead physicist in charge of commissioning the Brainlab radiosurgery program.