Jonatan Snir

Medical Physicist

Oncology, Division of Medical Physics


Contact information


Office: 403.521.3936

Preferred method of communication


Shirley Bullick


Research and teaching

Research areas

  • radiotherapy


Dr. Snir's research involvement and interest include cancer diagnosis and treatment, improving radiotherapy techniques and quality assurance, as well as improving radiotherapy patient-specific plan adaptation. Furthermore, I am seeking implementation of machine learning tools for clinical decisions regarding treatment planning and autosegmentation of body and organ contours.


Dr. Jonatan Snir is a certified Medical Physicist at the Tom Baker Cancer Center of Alberta Health Services and a Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary. He has a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry. Skilled in Medical Physics, applied mathematics and biophysics. He has a breadth of experience in operating, commissioning and analyzing data from Optical, MRI, PET, CT, CBCT, as well as Linacs (Varian's C series and TrueBeams), Tomotherapy, HDR afterloader machines and all associated software including Eclipse, RayStation, Pinnacle treatment planning systems as well as ARIA record and verify program. He completed training in all aspects of Clinical Radiotherapy Physics including external beam and brachytherapy, radiation safety and quality assurance. Overall a strong clinical professional with interest in clinical physics, research and academia. Dr. Snir is MCCPM certified with a PhD from a CAMPEP accredited program and a CAMPEP medical physics residency at a Canadian tertiary cancer center.