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Linda J. DeRenzis is the Director of the Radiologic Technology program at Einstein Medical Center. She was registered as a Radiologic Technologist in 2000 and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health from Widener University. She completed her Master of Science in Education degree with a concentration in Healthcare Education at St. Joseph’s College in Maine.
Linda maintains professional affiliations with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT), the Pennsylvania Society of Radiologic Technologists and the Philadelphia Society of Radiologic Technologist (PhilaSRT). Linda worked as a registered technologist in Einstein Medical Center’s radiology department before moving into a teaching position. Linda joined the faculty in 2002 as a Clinical Instructor, teaching students in areas of Medical Terminology, Patient Care, Procedures, Physiology, Pathology and Ethics & Law. In 2008 Linda began her role as the program director for the school and is currently working to gain a college affiliation for incoming students.
Brandon G. Sams, R.T.(R) is the lead technologist of Einstein Medical Center’s general diagnostic imaging (x-ray) department and a clinical instructor for AEMC’s School of Radiologic Technology. He became a registered radiologic technologist in 2005 after graduating from AEMC’s program.
Brandon maintains professional affiliations with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT). He has been a staff technologist at Einstein Medical Center since 2005, taking on the roles of lead technologist in 2008 and clinical instructor in 2009.
Christine Shannon accepted the position of Clinical Coordinator, at the Einstein Medical Center’s Radiology School in 2004. Additionally, she teaches several didactic courses within the program, including: Radiation Biology & Protection, Image Evaluation, and The Basics of CAT Scan. She became a registered x-ray technologist, after completing the Diagnostic Medical Imaging Program at the Community College of Philadelphia in 1991; at which time she also received an Associate Degree in Science. Christine is currently an adjunct faculty member of Community College’s Imaging Program.
Christine started her career in radiology as a full time technologist at Graduate Hospital; where she worked for several years. She was also employed as a per-diem tech at the Presbyterian Medical Center. Christine earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education from the Holy Family University in 2002. She is currently enrolled in Graduate School at Holy Family, where she is pursuing a Masters Degree in Education, which she hopes to complete within the next two years.
Christine Szymkowski is the Physics Instructor for the School of Radiologic Technology at Einstein Medical Center. She was registered as a Radiologic Technologist in 1986 and in 1994 became registered in Cat Scan. Christine received her Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health in 1998.
Christine became a clinical instructor for Albert Einstein’s School of Radiologic Technology in 1988 and taught many of the didactic subjects such as Phyisics I & II, Patient Care I & II, Ethics, Rad Tech III, Image Evaluation & Positioning Labs. While teaching during the day, she was a full time registered technologist on the 2nd shift working primarily in the Level I Trauma Emergency room. In 2002, she became part of the adjunct faculty for the school hired primarily to teach Physics I & II. Christine also teaches Digital Imaging, Physics & Radiation Biology and Protection review classes to prepare students for the registry exam. Christine is also currently employed at Virtua hospital as a per diem evening and weekend technologist working in the Emergency Room.