Landon Aziz is a current M.S. student with NSSPI working under Dr. Shaheen Dewji and Dr. John Ford. He is interested in medical applications of nuclear science. His research focus is in developing personalized 3D printed radiotherapy treatment instruments with the Scott & White Vasicek Cancer Treatment Center in Temple, TX and using MCNP to correlate time dependent biokinetic models for 131I in pediatric phantoms for various thyroid function levels. Before entering the graduate program, Aziz graduated from Texas A&M with a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering in 2017. As an Undergraduate Research Scholar, he researched bacterial chemotaxis and its application to cancer chemotherapy treatments. After completing graduate school, he plans to attend medical school to become a pediatrician because of his interest in helping nurture the future generations.