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2018-2019 Graduation Celebration

Congratulations to our 2018-2019 graduates and thanks to everyone who attended the graduation celebration on Tuesday, April 23. It was a fantastic turnout!  …

2019-2020 SHMPS Representatives

The Society of Health and Medical Physics (SHMPS) has elected officers for 2019-2020: President: Nathan Quails Vice President: Bonnie President Treasurer: Camilo Correa Alumni Relations: Colin Schaeffer  …

2019 Spring PhD Graduate – Nick Potter

Congratulations to our Spring 2019 PhD Graduate: Nick Potter! Subsequent to graduation, Nick will begin a Therapy Residency at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

2019 Spring PhD Graduate – Michael Shang

Congratulations to our Spring 2019 PhD Graduate: Michael Shang! Subsequent to graduation, Michael will begin a Therapy Residency at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri.

2019 Spring MS Graduate – Mada Batayib

Congratulations to our Spring 2019 MS Graduate: Mada Batayib! Subsequent to graduation, Mada will be returning to Saudi Arabia, where she will soon begin a career in Medical Physics.

Dissertation Defense – Michael Shang

Please join us at 2:00PM on Thursday, April 25 in the McKnight Brain Institute (L3-101) for Medical Physics PhD Candidate Michael Shang’s Dissertation Defense titled “A Novel Laser Interstitial Thermal Therapy Treatment Planning System to Optimize Laser Ablation Delivery to Brain Targets”.

SHMPS – Hope Lodge

The UF Society of Health and Medical Physics (SHMPS), comprised of Medical Physics students, recently spent the evening at the American Cancer Society Winn-Dixie Hope Lodge, where they prepared and served a delicious dinner to patients and caregivers. They made both meat and vegetarian options, which included jambalaya, cornbread, salad,…

Spring Clinical AAPM Meeting

The UF Medical Physics Graduate Program was well represented at last week’s Spring Clinical AAPM Meeting in Orlando Florida. Catherine Carranza presented an abstract at the Young Investigator Clinical Symposium titled “Material Differentiation in Virtual Non-Contrast Images and Iodine Maps of a Dual Energy CT (DECT) System”. Karl Mund presented…