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Graduate Program Updates

2018 Fall Schedule of Courses

The 2018 Fall Schedule of Courses for Medical Physics has been released: ENU 6657: Diagnostic Physics I, Drs Rill/Leon/Arreola: 9:30AM -10:30AM Tue/Wed/Thu (G-101) BME 6535: Radiological Physics, Dr Bolch: 11:45AM -12:35PM Mon/Wed/Fri (CHE 0316) BME 6533: Radiological Anatomy, Drs Rajderkar/Rees/Thoburn/Verma: 1:00PM -2:30PM Wed/Thu (C2-33) ENU 5658: Imaging Systems Analysis,…

Libby Brateman, PhD

Our esteemed colleague and friend Dr Libby Brateman, Emeritus Professor of Radiology, passed away on Saturday, May 5. Dr Brateman was the first Diagnostic Medical Physicist to join Radiology in the 1980s, laying out a path that many have followed in the field of medical physics. Some of the…

2018 Spring MS Graduate – Tristan Gaddis

Congratulations to our Spring 2018 Graduate: Tristan Gaddis! Subsequent to graduation, Tristan will pursue PhD studies in Biomedical Physics in the Department of Physics at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.    …

Fluoro Demo Lab

Last week, our first year graduate students donned lead aprons to participate in a Fluoro Demo Lab to learn about Radiation Safety. Demo labs are part of the curriculum for ENU 6657: Diagnostic Radiological Physics.

PhD Proposal – Nick Potter

Please join us for a special presentation titled “Feasibility Study of the Flattening Filter Removal Design for Conventional Treatments Using a Linear Accelerator” by Nicholas Potter, PhD Student, at 12:00PM on Wednesday, April 25 in the Davis Cancer Center.