Geoffrey Ibbott is a medical physicist and educator with over 40 years of professional experience. He is currently a professor at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Other positions he has held at the Cancer Center include Depart of Radiation Chairman from 2010 to 2017, and director of the Radiological Physics Center from 2001 to 2010. Throughout his long and distinguished career, he has also taught at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, and Yale New Haven Health. At both of these institutions, he also worked as a medical physicist.
Dr. Ibbott began on his career path by attaining a BA in physics at the University of Colorado in 1979. He then received a Master of Science in Medical Physics from the University of Colorado of Health Sciences Center in 1981, and finally, in 1993, he completed a PhD in Radiation Biology at Colorado State University.
He has achieved much throughout his career, performing research in radiation and medical physics, and developing a polymer-gel dosimeter. For his efforts and accomplishments, he has received numerous awards. Among these are the IEC Thomas A. Edison Award, the Distinguished Service Award, from the American Board of Radiology, and the Farrington Daniels Award, from the Medical Physics Journal.