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  • Curriculum prepared and taught by Hopkins faculty
  • Web-based content
  • 30+ physics lectures
  • Special pricing for radiology residents

The Johns Hopkins e-Physics module was developed by Mahadevappa Mahesh, Ph.D. Dr. Mahesh is a Professor of Radiology and Cardiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD. He is also the Chief Physicist at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is responsible for the physics curriculum used for our own radiology residency program and gives the majority of the lectures.

Sample Lecture

View sample e-Physics lectures

Fast Facts

How many lectures are included in the physics curriculum?

There are 30 lectures in the series with plans to add more throughout the course of the year. Preview the e-Physics module content.

Will I need to purchase any special software or hardware to view the lectures?

No. The only requirement is high-speed broadband internet access. You may need to install the Silverlight plugin on your computer. If so, you'll be prompted for a free download the first time you log in.

Are the lectures available on mobile devices?

Yes. Mediasite, our lecture platform, optimizes playback for all mobiles - iPad, iPhone, iPod, Android, Surface/Windows RT, and Blackberry.

How long are the lectures available for viewing?

The lectures will be available for a period of one year from the date of purchase.

What is the cost of licensing the module?

Individual Resident: $500.00

Residency Programs: $2,500.00

How do I make arrangements for licensing the module?

Contact Lisa at to arrange for the purchase of a license.

Have questions about the program?
Please contact Lisa at