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Master’s in Medical Physics

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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, will require successful completion of a minimum of 38 credits for Master’s degree and completion of a research thesis (in conjunction with one or more of the faculty). Full-time master’s students will complete the program in two years.

From the Director

Dear prospective applicant,

We have designed the curriculum with three complementary objectives in mind. First, to make your two years in this program as rewarding as possible in terms of your short and long-term career objectives. Second to introduce you to other areas of Medical Physics that you may find interesting and third to highlight for you the tremendous value that medical physicists can bring to medical research endeavors beyond the role of a clinical medical physicist.

As program director, I see it my responsibility to help every program participant meet and, ideally exceed, their own definition of career success. The unparalleled resources and opportunities available within the broader Hopkins community make this possible. For those interested in a clinical therapy physics position, we already have a residency program in therapy physics within The Radiation Oncology Department to which master’s graduates may apply. We will also provide the opportunity to train in the emerging and highly multidisciplinary area of theranostic physics and radiopharmaceutical dosimetry. This relatively new area requires individuals that are familiar with both therapeutic and diagnostic physics as well as the physics aspects related to the use of radiopharmaceuticals for therapy, in particular pharmacokinetic modeling and dosimetry. This is a growth area and one that is in need of medical physics expertise – in the clinic, in industry and in academia. 

George Sgouros, Ph.D.
Director and Professor

CAMPEP degree accreditation pending

 

 

Our Faculty

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Barker, Peter

Professor

Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

Du, Yong

Associate Professor

Nuclear Medicine Imaging; Quantitative Imaging Analysis

Glunde, Kristine

Professor

Physiology/Cell Trafficking

Hobbs, Robert

Associate Professor

Radiological Physics and Dosimetry; Radiation Therapy Physics; Radiobiology

Jacobs, Michael A.

ProfessorMagnetic Resonance in Medicine                        

Li, Heng

Associate Professor

Radiation Therapy Physics/Radiobiology

Lodge, Martin

Associate Professor

Nuclear Medicine Imaging

Mahesh, Mahadevappa

Professor

Radiation Protection and Safety

McNutt, Todd   

Associate ProfessorRadiation Therapy Physics

Nimmagadda, Sridhar

Associate Professor

Molecular Imaging

Pathak, Arvind

Associate Professor

Multi-Modal Cellular Imaging Devices and Techniques

Ray, Sangeeta

Associate Professor

Molecular Imaging

Schar, Michael

Assistant Professor

Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

Sgouros, George

Professor

Radiological Physics and Dosimetry; Radiobiology

Taguchi, Katsuyuki

Professor

Advanced Image Reconstruction

Xu, Jingyan

Assistant Professor

Advanced Image Reconstruction

Contact Us

Radiological Physics Division
Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
601 N. Caroline St., Suite 4263
Baltimore MD 21287
 
Phone: 443-287-2425
Fax: 410-614-1060
Admissions Inquiries: MedPhysMS@jhmi.edu
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