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consultant , nuclear medical physicist

James Burton Stubbs, American nuclear medical physicist, consultant. Achievements include discovery of new noninvasive method of assessing gastrointestinal motility in humans.

Background

Stubbs, James Burton was born on January 18, 1964 in Brunswick, Georgia, United States. Son of Willard Burton and Shelby Jean (Andrews) Stubbs.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering, University Florida, 1985. Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering, University Virginia, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy in Nuclear Engineering, University Virginia, 1989.

Career

Research associate division gastroenterology, University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville, 1985-1987;research assistant Cardiac Noninvasive Laboratory, University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville, 1988-1989;vice president Haven Construction, Inc., University of Virginia Hospital, 1988-1989;scientist, Oak Ridge (Tennessee) Associated Universities, since 1989;member animal security task force, Oak Ridge (Tennessee) Associated Universities, since 1990;research scientist biomedical Imaging Center, U. Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, since 1990. Lecturer in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of new noninvasive method of assessing gastrointestinal motility in humans.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Trainee Hospice of Tennessee, Oak Ridge, since 1991. Member American College Nuclear Physicians, Society Nuclear Medicine (Southeast chapter 2d place award 1989), American Nuclear Society (vice president student chapter 1987, executive committee biological and medical division since 1990), Southern Medical Association, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Cynthia Susan Collins, July 2, 1988.

father:
Willard Burton Stubbs

mother:
Shelby Jean (Andrews) Stubbs

spouse:
Cynthia Susan Collins