Programs for Training in Medical Physics
Medical Physics Master’s Program
The program is designed for full-time students who wish to pursue a career as a medical physicist either as a researcher, as a certified clinical profession or in industry. The program, set to commence in fall 2021, requires successful completion of a minimum of 38 credits for Master’s degree as well as a research thesis with one or more of the faculty. Full-time students will complete the master’s in two years.
Medical Physics Residency (Radiation Oncology)
This three-year residency program provides strong competency in clinical medical physics along with clinically oriented research and development experience. The program's goal is to train highly competent medical physicists who will provide excellent patient care and will contribute as the next generation of leaders.
Applicants should have a recent PhD in medical physics, experimental physics, biophysics, or related discipline and have a demonstrated track record of experimental design and execution. Recognizing the importance of diverse backgrounds to the field, the program will accept applicants from both CAMPEP-accredited medical physics programs and from non-medical physics programs.