All clinical physics training takes place under direct and close supervision of several faculty members of the Division of Clinical Physics. Program faculty are experienced medical physicists, certified by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) in Diagnostic Radiological Physics or Medical Nuclear Physics; or by the American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine (ABSNM) in Nuclear Physics and Instrumentation.
Extensive facilities are available to residents. These facilities range from state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories to state-of-the-art clinical and research facilities. Basic campus resources include:
Classrooms with web-linked computer and video projection equipment, high tech white/black boards, and comfortable seating for students.
While residents will have personal computing equipment (desktops, laptops, ipads) with hardware and software appropriate to their needs, most laboratory and office locations provide computer systems, many of which include specialized software packages that can be used by residents.
Extensive libraries are available. The library collections that are primarily utilized by residents are the Marston Science Library (located near the center of campus), the Hauck Library (located in the Nuclear Sciences Center), and the Health Science Center Library (located in the Health Science Center). The libraries include over 300,000 cataloged volumes, 4,200,000 microforms, 1,000,000 documents and 20,000 computer data sets. The libraries also have extensive arrays of computer work stations to facilitate on-line research and searches.
Residents are provided with joint office space.