The Division of Medical Physics encompasses multiple educational endeavors, including:
The Medical Physics Graduate Program, one of the oldest medical physics programs in the United States, and accredited for graduate degrees (MS and PhD) by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics.
The Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Residency Program, a CAMPEP-approved imaging physics residency for medical physics graduates to complete a three-year clinical residency.
An annual Radiological Physics course that is available to UF Diagnostic Imaging and Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics residents in both Gainesville and Jacksonville. It is also open to Veterinary Medicine and Dental (Oral & Maxillofacial) residents.
An Undergraduate Internship Program that provides current UF undergraduate students with a one-semester unpaid internship opportunity to maximize their exposure to Medical Physics.
Technologist Training Courses for the School of Radiologic Technology at UF Jacksonville, which offers a professional radiography program structured academically and clinically to give students optimum preparation for a rewarding career in radiography.