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Graduate Program Updates

US Navy Resident – Lt Ronnie Bolden

We are exceptionally proud of UF Medical Physics graduate Lieutenant Ronnie Bolden, who graduated in Summer 2022 as an active duty Naval Officer and was then selected for the United States Navy’s Medical Imaging Physics Residency at the Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, Virginia. Each year, only one individual is…

Sharon Clayton, 1959-2022

It is with great sadness that we recently learned of Sharon Clayton’s passing after a battle with cancer. Sharon was a double graduate of the University of Florida – she received her Bachelor of Science in Engineering in 1981 and a Master of Engineering (Medical Physics) in 1983. At that…

Rosette Gonzalez – University of Maryland

Congratulations to Rosette Gonzalez, a recent MS graduate of the UF Medical Physics Graduate Program, who has accepted a position as an Assistant Medical Physicist at the Maryland Proton Treatment Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore! We are so proud of our graduates!…

Research Highlight – TJ Moretti

Congratulations to TJ Moretti, whose article “Characterization of time of flight and resolution modeling on image quality in positron emission tomography” was published in the Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics (Aug 2022). TJ is a diagnostic medical physics PhD student working under Dr Stephanie Leon, Assistant Professor. His research…