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Graduate Program Updates

UF MP Seminar Course – Spring 2023

Please join us at 4:30PM on Wednesdays throughout the Spring 2023 semester in C1-17 Communicore for our Seminar in Translational Artificial Intelligence.

CAMPEP Reaccreditation!

We are honored to announce that the UF Medical Physics Graduate Program has been reaccredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP)! This full 5-year reaccreditation (through June 30, 2027), resulted after a review of a comprehensive self-study that we submitted and a thorough site visit…

Spring 2023 Class Schedule

ENU 6636 / Medical Radiation Shielding/Protection w/ Drs Leon & Johnson: Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30AM-10:20AM; C2-33 Communicore ENU 6652 / Diagnostic Physics II w/ Drs Arreola, Barreto & Rill: Tue/Thu 9:30AM-10:45AM; C2-33 Communicore ENU 6659 / Nuclear Medicine w/ Dr Gilland: Tue/Thu 12:30AM-1:45PM; C2-33 Communicore BME 6591 / Therapy Physics I w/ Drs A Schwarz &…

Veterans Day Recognition – Bryan Bates

In honor of Veterans Day, we salute Lieutenant Bryan C Bates, our current MS student, who is also a Veteran of the US Navy! After obtaining undergraduate degrees in Physics and Mechanical Engineering from Rice University in Houston, Lieutenant Bates enlisted in the US Navy and joined their nuclear power…

Now Accepting Graduate Student Apps for 2023!

The University of Florida Medical Physics Graduate Program is now accepting applications for MS and PhD students through the UF Application System. We look forward to receiving your application! 2022 UF Med Phys…

Research Highlight – Julia Withrow

Congratulations to Julia Withrow, MS Student, who is the presenting author on two poster submission that were accepted for presentation at the 68th Annual International Meeting of the Radiation Research Society in Waikoloa Village on the Big Island of beautiful Hawai’i! “A mesh-based model of lung vasculature to improve internal…

Research Highlight – Bobby Dawson

Congratulations to Bobby Dawson, PhD Student, whose abstract was accepted for a poster presentation at the 68th Annual International Meeting of the Radiation Research Society in Waikoloa Village on the Big Island of beautiful Hawai’i! Bobby’s poster is titled “The UF-MSK Computational Phantom Libraries for Medical Dosimetry: Preliminary CT Dosimetry”.

ANS Design Competition Finalist – Madison Bushloper

Please join us in congratulating Madison Bushloper, one of our incoming first year MS students, who was part of the UF Department of Materials Science and Engineering undergraduate senior design group that has been selected as one of two undergraduate finalists for the American Nuclear Society Design Competition to present…

Research Highlight – Wyatt Smither

Congratulations to Wyatt Smither, MS Student, whose abstract was accepted for a poster presentation at the 68th Annual International Meeting of the Radiation Research Society in Waikoloa Village on the Big Island of beautiful Hawai’i! Wyatt’s poster is titled “A military-specific adult mesh-type computational phantom library for radiological triage…

Research Accolades – Colin Schaeffer

Congratulations to Colin Schaeffer, PhD Candidate, whose scientific abstract, “Automated AI Pipeline for Brain Lesion Classification using Dual-Energy Computed Tomography”, was accepted as a poster presentation at the 108th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) – the world’s largest medical imaging conference. Colin…