BILOXI, Miss., March 15, 2019 — Jeffrey M. Nuskind, M.S., DABR is recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in the field of Medicine in recognition of his role as Senior Medical Physicist at Keesler Air Force Base.
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Home to over 28,000 new students annually, offering over 400 courses and 37 different career paths, Keesler Air Force Base is located in the panhandle of the Mississippi area. A joint training facility, Keesler not only trains the Air Force but specializes in implementing training to several facets of military and federal agency personnel. The Keesler Air Force Base is home to the, “81st Training Wing, the base’s host wing, as well as 2nd Air Force, the 403d Wing, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron and the Mathies NCO Academy.”
An illustrious professional in the field of Medicine, Jeffrey M. Nuskind is commended for his role as Senior Medical Physicist at Keesler Air Force Base. Revered for his remarkable contributions to the profession, Nuskind has attained extensive experience within the areas of stereotactic radio-surgery, and handles quality assurance of patients undergoing radiation therapy. In his current capacity as a distinguished physicist, Nuskind is responsible for calibrating medical equipment, working with physicians, and analyzing the response from radiation. “There are three different sub disciplines within my branch of medicine: therapeutic, nuclear and diagnostic,” Nuskind said. “I specialize in the therapeutic aspects of medical physics.” Prior to joining the team at the U.S. Air Force 81st Medical
Group at Keesler Air Force Base, Nuskind worked at St. Francis Care, Landauer Medical Physics, and St. Vincent Hospital at Green Bay.
Early in his career, Nuskind attained both his Master of Science degree in Health and Medical Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1981. In his previous years, Nuskind earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Physics. Board certified in Therapeutic Radiologic Physics by the American College of Radiologists, Nuskind is a Licensed Therapy X-Ray Inspector for the State of Virginia. Currently, Nuskind acts as Radiation Oncology Physicist and Health Physicist for the States of Indiana and Florida.
To further advance his professional career, Nuskind is an esteemed member of several organizations including the AAPM- which regularly brings him to events as a public speaker. Additionally, Nuskind is an affiliate of Elite American Healthcare Professionals, the International Association of Radiologists, the Radio-surgery Society, the American Society for Radiation Oncology and the American College of Radiology.
When he is not working, Nuskind enjoys flying and utilizing the pilot’s license he acquired in 1973.
Nuskind dedicates this recognition in loving memory of his parents, Arnold (Ret. Vet, WWII) and Shirley Nuskind.
For more information, visit www.keesler.af.mil.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE Continental Who’s Who