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Program Updates

2019 Spring Schedule of Courses

The 2019 Spring Schedule of Courses for Medical Physics has been released: ENU 6652: Diagnostic Physics II, Drs Arreola/Barreto: 9:30AM -10:45AM Tue/Thu (C2-33) ENU 6623: Radiation Dosimetry, Dr Bolch: 10:40AM -11:30AM Mon/Wed/Fri (230 Rinker Hall) ENU 6659: Nuclear Medicine, Dr Gilland: 11:00AM -12:15PM Tue/Thu (C2-33) BME 6591: Therapy…

FLAAPM 2019 Spring Mtg

Registration is open for the Florida Chapter of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (FLAAPM) Spring 2019 Meeting (Feb 28-Mar 2) in Daytona, FL.

New Faculty – Dr Bryan “BC” Schwarz

Please join us in welcoming Dr Bryan “BC” Schwarz as our newest faculty member in the Division of Clinical Radiological Physics. Dr Schwarz is a full UF alumnus, having obtained his BS, MS and PhD degrees from the University of Florida, as well as being the most recent graduate…

Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is currently recruiting senior-level graduate students for thier 4th Annual To be eligible for the GSRP, applicants must 1) be enrolled at a U.S. institution (GSRP is open to U.S. citizens and foreign nationals) at the time of submission and 2) PhD requirements must be…

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from the UF Medical Physics Graduate Program! Wishing our faculty, students & alumni good health and much happiness throughout this holiday season.    …

Ethical/Policy Issues in Clinical Research

Medical Physics students may be interested in the Ethical/Policy Issues in Clinical Research course (GMS 6875) that will be offered by UF in Spring 2019. The course will be taught by Professor Bill Allen on Thursdays from 4:00PM to 6:00PM in MSB N1-02. Delivered in a seminar format, the…

COM Graduate Education Holiday Celebration

The College of Medicine’s Graduate Education Holiday Celebration will be held in the Scott Commons Atrium of the Harrell Medical Education Building from 5:00PM to 7:00PM on Tuesday, December 11. All Medical Physics faculty and students are invited to attend. Bring an unwrapped Toys for Tots donation to be entered…

Thank You!

The Medical Physics Graduate Program is thankful: Thankful for our STUDENTS Our Masters and PhD degree seeking students are the heartbeat of our program. In addition to their academic studies, our students are actively involved in student organizations, research endeavors, scholarly activities, volunteer work, and various other extracurricular activities. Thankful…

Special Seminar – James Duncan, PhD

Medical Physics Graduate Students are encouraged to attend a UF BME Special Seminar by James Duncan, PhD, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at Yale University, at 3:00PM on Monday, November 5 in C1-17 (Communicore) titled “Left Ventricular Deformation Analysis from 4D Echocardiography: A Machine…

Spooktacular Breakfast Soiree!

The Medical Physics Graduate Program’s Spooktacular Breakfast Soiree was a success! Special thanks to everyone who brought in a delicious breakfast treat to share! Good food! Great time!  …