Erika has worked in the healthcare industry for over 16 years and joined the Columbus CyberKnife treatment team in 2014.
She received her Bachelor of Science in physics, with a minor in mathematics, from the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio, and her Master of Science in medical physics from Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio.
As a Medical Physicist, Erika provides clinical service and consultation to the oncologists, dosimetrists, and radiation therapists for patients with cancer. She also aids in treatment planning and radiation safety.
Erika loves that she gets to be a part of a team of people that sees patients through a hard time in their lives and know that she had a hand in making sure their treatments were accurate and safe.
She is a busy mom of three, but when she does have spare time, Erika enjoys doing anything creative like sewing, painting, and crafts. She also loves going to the movies, decorating her house, and spending time with her family.