Fellowships in medical physics
Postdoctoral fellowships in medical physics last two-and-a-half years and consist of supervised research, medical physics education and clinical training in radiotherapy physics. Fellows generally have PhDs in physics or engineering, but no medical physics experience is necessary for entrance into the program.
Fellows have the opportunity to join faculty physicists in directed research and development projects leading to presentation of results at national and international conferences, as well as publications in scientific journals. Fellows attend didactic lectures in medical physics weekly, and seminars on current research from internal and external speakers.
For clinical radiotherapy training, they will rotate through the various clinical routines to gain practical experience. Our goal is to prepare our postdoctoral fellows to become outstanding researchers and clinical physicists.
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