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Residency Program Updates

MR Linac

UF Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Residents and Graduate Assistants had a very unique opportunity to participate in MRI fringe field strength measurements on the new MR Linac in the Department of Radiation Oncology. These measurements allow the spatial mapping of the fringe field of the MRI’s magnet and demarcation of…

2022 Resident – Ana Heshmat

Please join us in welcoming the 2022 Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Resident: Anahita Heshmat! Ana is currently a PhD Candidate here in the University of Florida’s Medical Physics Graduate Program. Her current research focuses on assessing iodine detection in dual energy CT and subtraction CT. She obtained both her BS…

Research Highlight – Justin Brown, PhD

Congratulations to Dr Justin Brown, 2nd year Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Resident, and his colleagues, whose article titled “SNMMI procedure standard/EANM practice guideline on pediatric [99mTc]Tc DMSA renal cortical scintigraphy: an update” was published in the January 2022 edition of the Journal of Clinical and Translational Imaging!…

DIMPR Benefits!

The UF Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Residency Program (DIMPR) is looking forward to telling our applicants about all of the benefits of the program! This includes: Top 5 public universityCompetitive salary & benefits, commensurate with medical residentsFinal applicants will be hosted by the program for in-person interviewsFlights, hotel, &…

Resident Alumni Spotlight – Dr Weiyuan Wang

Dr Weiyuan Wang was our third UF Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Residency Program graduate (2013).  Dr Wang obtained a Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics) from Northwestern Polytechnical University in China in 1998. After graduation, he worked as a Research Engineer at Shenyang Aircraft Research Institute. He obtained a MS in Electrical…

Research Highlight – Justin Brown, PhD

Congratulations to Dr Justin Brown, DIMPR Resident, and his colleagues, whose article titled “A GPU-accelerated framework for individualized estimation of organ dose in digital tomosynthesis” was published in the December 2021 edition of Medical Physics.

Research Highlight – Justin Brown, PhD

Congratulations to Dr Justin Brown, DIMPR Resident, and his colleagues, whose article titled “Renal 99m Tc-DMSA pharmacokinetics in pediatric patients” was published in the December 2021 edition of the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (volume 8).

2021 RSNA

In November 2021, Dr Alok Shankar, 3rd Year Resident, and Dr Justin Brown, 2nd year Resident, attended the 2021 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America in Chicago, Illinois, where they were able to meet with various vendors and gain valuable updates on their latest technological advancements. While…

UF DIMPR Participating in the MedPhys Match

The UF Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Residency Program is participating in the Medical Physics Match for a residency position beginning in 2022. We offer a 3-year diagnostic/nuclear medicine residency. We look forward to receiving your application! To learn more about our program, watch our DIMPR Program Highlights video below.

ABR Oral Exam, Part 3 – Dr Edmond Olguin

Congratulations to Dr Edmond Olguin, who recently passed Part 3 of the American Board of Radiology (ABR) exam! Dr Olguin is a graduate of the UF Medical Physics Graduate Program and the Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Residency Program! We are so very proud of him and look forward to his…