Joe Grudzinski PhD

Senior Scientist at University of Wisconsin-Madison

Madison, WI

How does this work?

Over 15 years developing tumor targeting agents for the detection and therapy of cancer. Experienced quantitative scientist in the the clinical translation of theranostic agents. Expert in using radiation dosimetry as a biomarker to help guide the development of new radiopharmaceuticals and personalize treatments.

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Molecular Imaging
Work experience

Oct 2020 - Present

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Senior Scientist

-Co-leader of the Advanced Imaging and Dosimetry Core (AIDC) for our recently awarded PO1 -Member of the Theranostics Dosimetry Group

2016 - Present


Co-founder & CIO

-Awarded Phase II SBIR grant - 2020 - $1.8 Million -Awarded Phase I SBIR grant - 2018 - $300k -Awarded UW SEED Grant - 2018 - $180k -Awarded SBIR Advance Matching funds - 2018 - $75k -Developing software (Torch) for calculating patient-specific radiation dosimetry from radiopharmaceuticals.


Oct 2016 - Oct 2020

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Associate Scientist


Jul 2012 - Oct 2016

Cellectar Biosciences, Inc.

Medical Physicist

-Principal Investigator - SBIR Fast-Track Award - $2.3 million for Phase I and Phase II -Assisted in clinical trial design -Performed image processing of clinical trial data for investor brochure -Acted as science liason for technical consultants -Project leader for next generation contrast and therapy agents -Performed radiation dosimetry for radiopharmaceuticals which is required by FDA


Dec 2011 - Oct 2016

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Honorary Faculty

Dec 2010 - Jul 2012

Philips Radiation Oncology Systems


-Provided Medical Physics expertise to software engineers -Developed software modules that were part of Adaptive Planning release -Certified Scrum Master for software development team - Agile software development


Jan 2005 - Dec 2010

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Research Assistant

Researched a potential new cancer therapy that combines helical Tomotherapy and systemically administered targeted radiotherapy such as I-131-NM404.


Sep 2004 - Oct 2006

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Software Trainer

I taught software classes to groups of my peers. The classes that I taught included Access, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, InDesign, Photoshop, and iMovie.


2007 - 2010

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Medical physics

2005 - 2007

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Master's degree, Biomedical/Medical Engineering

2003 - 2005

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Bachelor's degree, Biomedical/Medical Engineering

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