Dr. Neylon re-joined the Department of Radiation Oncology at UCLA as an Assistant Clinical Professor in April of 2020. He has BS degrees in physics and mathematics, and an MS degree in medical physics from Purdue University. In 2016, Dr. Neylon received his PhD in Biomedical Physics from UCLA, on the topic of adaptive radiotherapy utilizing parallel programming and biomechanical modeling to accelerate and automate processes. He continued at UCLA for his medical physics clinical residency, then joined City of Hope National Medical Center as an Assistant Clinical Professor in 2018. Dr. Neylon is certified in therapeutic medical physics by the American Board of Radiology. He has continued interest in the development of biomechancial models for inter- and intra-fractional motion tracking and deformable image registration. His clinical research interests include process automation and standardization, plan robustness quantification, and plan quality comparisons.