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Mark Supanich
Works at Rush University Medical Center
Attended University of Wisconsin - Madison
Lives in Chicago, IL
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Diagnostic Medical Physicist
Employment
  • Rush University Medical Center
    Medical Physicist, 2013 - present
  • Henery Ford Health System
    Medical Physicist, 2009 - 2013
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Chicago, IL
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Ann Arbor, MI - Cedarburg, WI - Madison, WI - Philadelphia, PA - Cedarburg, WI - Ann Arbor, MI - Erlangen, Germany - Cardiff, Wales
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Food eater, drink imbiber, air breather, fun lover, physics doer.
Education
  • University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Medical Physics, 2004 - 2009
  • University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Physics, Astrophysics, 1997 - 2001
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A Dirty Job
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Charlie Asher is a pretty normal guy with a normal life, married to a bright and pretty woman who actually loves him for his normalcy. They'

GoToAssist
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Get remote support advice from the expert GoToAssist team.

The Affordable Care Act’s ‘affordability’ paradox
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Federal regulators are grappling with how to define “affordable” health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

'Subconscious mode' extends handset battery life
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A professor at the University of Michigan has developed a new technology that can apparently extend a handset's battery life up to 54 percen

CBO ranks Democratic and Republican stimulus proposals in one chart
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In a testimony, Doug Elmendorf, the director of the CBO, presented this chart estimating the job-creating possibilities of different stimulu

Why health care costs vary in one chart
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A new study of autoworkers’ health care costs shed some light.

Column: Obama’s last-chapter problem — and ours
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It’s easier to say what’s gone wrong than to say what can set it right.

When do we hit the point of no return for climate change?
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The International Energy Agency warns that the world has until 2017 to prevent irreversible global warming.

Why White House sees political opportunity in the contraception battle
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How the White House wins when it shifts the reproductive health conversation from abortion to birth control.

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WASHINGTON, DC—Unbeknownst to them, liberal couple Abel Russ and Jessica Scott, both 29, haven't had nonethnic food in nearly two ...

The Age of Reason — Marginal Revolution
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I don’t know which is scarier the height of the curve around age 50 or the slope of the curve (fyi, my guess is cohort effects are small). T

Official Google Blog: Introducing Chrome for Android
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In 2008, we launched Google Chrome to help make the web better. We're excited that millions of people around the world use Chrome as the

Scrapping fossil-fuel subsidies would get us halfway on climate change
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The IEA estimates that the world could get halfway to its climate goals simply by cutting fossil-fuel consumption subsidies.

Medicaid’s big spenders, in one chart
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Certain beneficiaries cost more than others.

Lamb
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The birth of Jesus has been well chronicled, as have his glorious teachings, acts, and divine sacrifice after his thirtieth birthday. But no

The case against small-business fetishism
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New evidence suggests that small businesses are less important for job growth than politicians tend to think.

Crazy Red Card Ajax-AZ 12/21/2011
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Red card for the goalkeeper of AZ. He got attacked by a supporter of Ajax and kicked back.

Obama’s Reported Compromise On Contraception Is Failing To Satisfy Conse...
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Responding to growing criticism from Catholic institutions and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, the White House is expected to announce

Elizabeth Warren vs. Libertarianism
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Elizabeth Warren vs. Libertarianism

In Glare of Climate Talks, Taking On Too Great a Task
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Addressing climate change will require a remaking of the sinews of modern life — a job too big for those who gathered for a conference on Sa

Trying to do a hold mail for this carrier location is impossible. If you request your mail held and delivered at the end of the hold - it takes multiple business days for it to be delivered, and if you request that your mail be held to be picked up - they just deliver it throughout your hold. The hours are actually 8am-4pm.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
If you are forced to eat along the Mile - you can certainly do worse than this pub. It features an excellent selection of beer, and palatable reasonably priced entrees. Beware though that the sides areover priced for what you get. TVs are stationed throughout the restaurant showing various sporting events, but when we visited, none of them had sound, which made for a pleasant dining experience. This place has something that should appeal to everyone in your dinning party - though while gluten free options abound, there was only 1 vegetarian entree available when we visited.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Splendid Shabu Shabu! We had both a sushi roll and Shabu Shabu and both were excellent. The Shabu Shabu was a spectacular value for the amount of food we got. Another great feature of this unassuming-on-the-outside-but-lovely-on-the-inside spot is the fact that they carry Michigan beers both on tap and bottled. A great value and delicious food, and as mentioned below, they validate parking for the lot across the street.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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A nice new gastropub on the scene with locally sourced ingredients, an absolutely killer draft list and well priced craft cocktails. Their food is good and well priced, but could stand to let the local ingredients sing on their own a bit more by cutting back on the salt.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago