UF DIMPR residents are required to have a PhD from a CAMPEP-approved medical physics graduate program, or a PhD and a certificate from a CAMPEP-approved medical physics certificate program. Candidates who have successfully passed Part 1 of the American Board of Radiology (ABR) medical physics examination, have the most desirable background for acceptance into our residency program. In exceptional cases, remedial coursework may be obtained during the residency from our CAMPEP-approved UF medical physics graduate program (up to 2 courses).
Please note that you must have completed ALL degree requirements for the PhD degree before beginning as a resident in our program. Only one resident is admitted per year, with a July start date.
We participate in the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAMP) Medical Physics Residency Application Program (MP-RAP). Please submit your application and all accompanying materials through the MP-RAP.
Subsequent to review of all applications by the Program Director and Steering Committee, on-site interviews will be offered to the strongest candidates.
We also participate in the MedPhys Match program, which provides an orderly process to help applicants obtain positions in Medical Physics residencies of their choice, and to help residencies obtain applicants of their choice. Please review the MedPhys Match Schedule of Dates to ensure that you meet all applicable deadlines.