Samuel Hendley, PhD

 

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 Samuel Hendley, PhD (he/him) 
First Year Resident, 2021-2023 
Education:
PhD in Medical Physics, University of Chicago, 2021
B.Sc. in Physics, University of Florida, 2016
 
Certifications:
 ABR Part 1
 
Professional Memberships:
AAPM
 
Selected Publications/Presentations:
  1. Samuel Hendley, “Histotripsy as an Adjuvant Therapy for Deep Vein Thrombosis,” The University of Chicago. 2021 June.
  2. Samuel Hendley, Jonathan Paul, Kevin Haworth, Adam Maxwell, Christy Holland, Kenneth Bader, “Assessment of clot degradation under the action of histotripsy and a thrombolytic drug,” IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control. 2021 September; 68(9): 2942-2952.
  3. Samuel Hendley, Viktor Bollen, Gregory Anthony, Jonathan Paul, Kenneth Bader, “In vitro assessment of histotripsy liquefaction with passive cavitation imaging in elastic media,” Physics in Medicine and Biology. 2019 May 2; 64(9): 095023
  4. Kenneth B. Bader, Samuel Hendley, Viktor Bollen, “Assessment of Collaborative Robot (Cobot)-Assisted Histotripsy for Venous Clot Ablation,” IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. 2021 April; 68(4): 1220-1228.
  5. Viktor Bollen, Samuel Hendley, Jonathan D. Paul, Adam D. Maxwell, Kevin J. Haworth, Christy K. Holland, Kenneth B. Bader, “In vitro thrombolytic efficacy of single and five-cycle histotripsy pulses and rt-PA,” Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology. 2020 Feb; 46(2): 336-34
  6. Kenneth B. Bader, Samuel Hendley, Gregory J. Anthony, Viktor Bollen, “Observation and modulation of histotripsy-induced bubble clouds with high-frame rate plane wave imaging,” Physics in Medicine and Biology. 2019 May 29; 64(11): 115012
  7. Gregory Anthony, Viktor Bollen, Samuel Hendley, Tatjana Antic, Steffen Sammet, Kenneth Bader, “Assessment of histotripsy-induced liquefaction with diagnostic ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging in vitro and ex vivo,” Physics in Medicine and Biology. 2019 May 2; 64(9): 095023
  8. Samuel Hendley, “Histotripsy as an adjuvant therapy for deep vein thrombosis,” (thesis defense). University of Chicago Graduate Program in Medical Physics, Chicago, IL, May 2021
  9. Samuel Hendley, “Histotripsy: an ultrasound-based adjuvant therapy for deep vein thrombosis,” (Invited talk). Brigham and Women’s Hospital Department of Radiation Oncology Medical Physics Seminar
  10. Samuel Hendley, Jonathan Paul, Kenneth Bader, “Mechanistic Investigation of Clot Degradation Via the Action of Histotripsy and Thrombolytic,” (Contributed talk). American Association of Physicists in Medicine Meeting, July 2020 (virtual conference)
  11. Samuel Hendley, Jonathan Paul, Kenneth Bader, “Assessment of clot degradation under the action of histotripsy and a thrombolytic drug,” (Contributed talk). Acoustical Society of America summer meeting, Chicago, IL, May 2020 (conference cancelled).
  12. Samuel Hendley, “Histotripsy as an adjuvant therapy for deep vein thrombosis,” (Colloquium talk). University of Chicago Graduate Program in Medical Physics Research Colloquium, Chicago, IL, March 2020
  13. Kenneth B. Bader, Gregory Anthony, Viktor Bollen, Samuel Hendley, Steffen Sammet, “Multi-modal assessment of histotripsy liquefaction,” (Invited talk). Acoustical Society of America fall meeting, San Diego, CA, December 2019.
  14. Samuel Hendley, Gregory Anthony, Viktor Bollen, Kenneth Bader, “In vitro assessment of the relationship between medium stiffness and bubble activity for histotripsy-induced liquefaction,” (Contributed talk). Acoustical Society of America summer meeting, Louisville, KY, May 2019.
  15. Kenneth B. Bader, Samuel Hendley, Viktor Bollen, Adam Maxwell, Kevin Haworth, Christy Holland, “Histotripsy-enhanced thrombolysis,” (Invited talk). Acoustical Society of America summer meeting, Louisville, KY, May 2019.
  16. Samuel Hendley, Viktor Bollen, Kenneth Bader, “In vitro assessment of the relationship between medium stiffness and bubble activity for histotripsy-induced liquefaction,” (Poster), Chronic Disease Symposium, Chicago, IL, October 2018

Clinical & Research Interests:
At the clinical scale, I am interested in improving our current workflows through automation. My broader research interests involve image guided radiotherapy and therapeutic ultrasound.

 


Why did you choose to come to UNMC? 
I chose UNMC because of the program’s dedication to mentorship. I was looking for a supportive training environment that would help me become a confident and proficient physicist. After meeting the team during the residency fair, I knew that UNMC was where I belonged.

Favorite part of residency, favorite rotation, or favorite thing about UNMC? 
My favorite quality about UNMC is the commitment to education. Everyone here is constantly learning from one another, and I’m always included as a valued team member for interesting and complex cases. I honestly look forward to each day because I know I will learn something new!

Favorite thing to do in Omaha? 
I like to perform with the UNMC medical orchestra. I’ve played cello for 22 years, and I’m always looking for chances to make good music with folks.

Fun fact about yourself or things you like to do for fun? 
In my spare time I love to bake. If you’re in town, you’ve got to try my homemade macarons!