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Graduate Program Updates

Program Highlighted in UF’s Doctor Gator

The UF Medical Physics Graduate Program was recently highlighted in UF’s Doctor Gator, a newsletter by the UF College of Medicine: Department of radiology’s medical physics program sees exponential growth…

PhD Proposal – Homa Mojabi

Join us at 1:00PM on Friday, July 14 in C1-003 Communicore for Homa Mojabi’s PhD proposal titled “Low Energy vs. Medium Energy Collimator for Lesion Detection in Neuroblastoma for 123I-MIBG SPECT/CT Imaging: a Physical and Simulated Phantom Study”.

MS Research Presentation – Graham Stoddard

Join us at 11:00AM on Wednesday, July 12 in C1-007 Communicore for Graham Stoddard’s MS research presentation titled “Characterization and Image Quality Assessment of a Novel CT Filter for Low Dose Lung CT”.

MS Research Presentation – Wyatt Smither

Join us at 8:00AM on Tuesday, July 11 in J280 BME for Wyatt Smither’s MS research presentation titled “Development of Deployable Software for the Rapid Assessment of Lung Dose Following Radionuclide Intake”.

MS Research Presentation – Florian Buhlman

Join us at 9:00AM on Wednesday, July 5 in C1-003 Communicore for Florian Buhlman’s MS research presentation titled ““Lead Thickness Determination by Attenuation Measurements of Tc-99m and Comparative Evaluation of Detector Response”.

MS Research Presentation – Natalia Carrasco-Rojas

Join us at 10:00AM on Tuesday, July 11 in J280 BME for Natalia Carrasco-Rojas’ MS research presentation titled “Inter-organ radiation transport within the MOBY Mesh-Type Phantom for Application to Nuclear Medicine Dosimetry”.

PhD Proposal – Jingxi Weng

Join us at 10:30AM on Friday, July 7 in the small conference room at the Davis Cancer Center for Jingxi Weng’s PhD proposal titled “Abdominal organ motion prediction using deep learning with cine-MRI imaging”.

PhD Proposal – TJ Moretti

Please join us at 3:00PM on Wednesday, June 14 in C1-003 Communicore for TJ Moretti’s PhD Proposal titled “Assessment of, and improvements to, Dosimetric Methods for Yttrium-90 Microsphere Radioembolization Patients for both Imaging and Therapy”.

FLAAPM Treasurer – Dr Mark Artz

Congratulations to Dr Mark Artz, Assistant Professor at the UF Proton Therapy Institute with the Department of Radiation Oncology, who was elected as Treasurer of the Florida Chapter of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine!…