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New Radiation Therapy Director - Mellonie Brown, M.E.T., CMD, R.T.(T.)

Mellonie Brown, M.E.T., CMD, R.T.(T.) has joined the Department of Health Sciences as Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Director of the Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy Program. Her office is located at the Costa Mesa Campus which is also the main campus for the Radiation Therapy Program.

Mellonie comes to us from the Brown Cancer Center in Louisville, Kentucky where she has been the Senior Medical Dosimetrist and Program Director for the Radiation Therapy School since 2000. Her experience and leadership will guide and ensure the success of our Radiation Therapy Program.

Mellonie obtained a B.S. in Biology from Due West, South Carolina and followed up with a B.S. in Radiation Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina. She continued on to earn a Master of Educational Technology from Boise State University and is registered in Radiation Therapy (AART) and certified in Medical Dosimetry (MDCB) as well.

Mellonie is now focusing on getting the RTT program started. Please help me in assisting and welcoming Mellonie to the School of Health and Human Services and to California!


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