LibbyCloyd       Elizabeth Cloyd, BS, R.T.(R)(CT)(MR)                               
Instructor
epcloyd@uab.edu
     
         
  B.S. (Radiologic Technology) Bluefield State College. CT/MRI Manager for Brookwood Medical Center. Adjunct Instructor for the UAB Nuclear Medicine Technology Program. Areas of instruction include Computed Tomography Procedures, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Cross-sectional Anatomy.  
         
         
      Amy Brady1       Amy Brady, M.A.Ed., CNMT
Clinical Education Coordinator, Instructor
1705 University Blvd.
SHPB 462
Birmingham, AL  35294                                                       
amybrady@uab.edu
205-996-6597
     
         
  Amy Brady is the clinical coordinator for the UAB Nuclear Medicine Technology Program. She was in clinical practice for 6 years prior to joining the School of Health Professions. Ms. Brady received her undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Chemistry in 2001 and degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology in 2002 from UAB. She is currently working on her Master of Science degree in Education at UAB. She is an active and contributing member of the Alabama Society of Nuclear Medicine, Southeast Chapter of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and the Society of Nuclear Medicine.

Courses taught: Clinical Practice I, Clinical Practice II, Clinical Practice III, Patient Care, Instrumentation Lab, Applications of Radiation Protection and Biology, Radiochemistry and Radiopharmacy Lab
 
         
         
      Navarrete Liliana       Liliana Navarrete, MS
Assistant Professor
1705 University Blvd.
SHPB 450
Birmingham, AL  35294                                                       
lilinav@uab.edu
205-934-4168
     
         
  Liliana Navarrete is an assistant professor for the UAB Nuclear Medicine Technology program. She held various teaching and research positions in the higher education sector for over 10 years prior to joining the UAB faculty in 2008. Ms. Navarrete received her B.S. degree in physics from National University of Colombia, Bogota Colombia in 1994. She received M.S. degrees in physics from Kyushu University, Fukuoka Japan in 1998, and from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa Alabama in 2006. She is a member of the American Physical Society and the Health Physics Society.

Ms. Navarrete teaches Physics for Technologist, Medical Radiation Physics, Instrumentation, and assists with Instrumentation Lab, Applications of Radiation Protection and Biology, and a Physics Review module for the UAB Nurse Anesthesia program.
 
         
         
      Norman Bolus2012       Norman E. Bolus, MSPH, MPH, CNMT, FSNMMI-TS
Program Director, Assistant Professor                                      
1705 University Blvd.
SHPB 446
Birmingham, AL  35294
bolusn@uab.edu
205-934-3427
     
         
  Norman Bolus is the Program Director and an Assistant Professor for the UAB Nuclear Medicine Technology Program. He was in clinical practice for 3 years prior to joining the School of Health Professions. He has served in many capacities for the program as lab instructor, teacher, assistant professor and clinical coordinator before assuming the role of program director in 2007. Mr. Bolus received his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Chemistry in 1988 and a degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology in 1989 from UAB. He also obtained a Master in Public Health in Occupational Health and Safety from UAB in 1998 and has an additional Master of Science degree from the UAB School of Public Health in Environmental Toxicology. He is active member of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology through 2016.

Courses Taught: Introduction to Clinical Nuclear Medicine, Patient Care, Instrumentation, Radiation Biology, Radiopharmacy, Seminar courses and Correlative Imaging along with assisting in NMT labs.
 
         
         
      Geroge Remo       Remo George, PhD
Assistant Professor
1705 University Blvd.
SHPB 452
Birmingham, AL  35294
remogeorge@uab.edu
205-934-7378                                                                        
     
         
  Dr. Remo George received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics from University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, and a Master’s degree in Biophysics from Mahatma Gandhi University, India. He is certified by the American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine in General Nuclear Medicine Science, Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board, and the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board of India. He is also a U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission licensed Medical Radiation Safety Officer. Dr. George is a member of the Health Physics Society, The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, and the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. His research interest is in the use of antisense molecular beacons for the detection and attenuation of latent mycobacteria.