Lindsay Bodart, PhD

Radiation Oncology Physics Resident

Department of Human Oncology



PhD, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Medical Physics (2021)

MS, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Medical Physics (2018)

BS, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Nuclear Engineering (2016)

Selected Honors and Awards

John R. Cameron – John R. CunninghamYoung Investigator Competition: Third Place (2020)

Standard Imaging AAPMTravel Award (2019)

Max Carbon/Thomas Plunkett Scholarship (2014, 2015)

Boards, Advisory Committees and Professional Organizations

American Association of Physicists inMedicine (AAPM) March 2019 -Present

Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Jan. 2017 – Present

NIH Biotechnology Training Program(BTP) Sept. 2016 – 2021

American Board of Radiology (ABR) August 2018

What are your Clinical & Research Interests?
Promoting patient safety in the clinic, brachytherapy, and treatment planning

Why did you choose to come to UW?
I had been in Madison since starting college in 2016 and loved the city. As a graduate student, I volunteered one night a week to perform IMRT QA down in UW clinic and got to know the residents and physicists. I saw a work environment that I wanted to be a part of, and am so fortunate to have gotten that opportunity!

Favorite part of residency, favorite rotation, or favorite thing about the program?
Favorite rotation (so far): brachytherapy!
Favorite part of residency: the people! I work with the best co-residents, and the best team of physicists.

Fun fact about yourself or things you like to do for fun?
I enjoy tennis, reading, and (currently) binge-watching Derry Girls

Contact Information

Lindsay Bodart, PhD

600 Highland Avenue, k4/B100,
Madison, WI 53792