Faculty & Facilities
Division of Medical Physics

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The Division of Clinical Radiological Physics is comprised of eight faculty members, each of whom specializes in a clinical modality.

In addition to their clinical duties, our faculty are actively engaged in a multitude of research endeavors; have numerous teaching responsibilities; supervise graduate assistants, residents, and a post-doctoral fellow; advise multiple graduate students; serve on PhD committees; manage various administrative duties; and participate in an abundance of scholarly activities and outreach.

The imaging facilities that comprise UF Health’s Hospitals and Clinics offer a wide range of state-of-the-art clinical imaging equipment, including:

  • Fourteen Canon Aquilion CT scanners (five of them with 320-slice capabilities; three with dual-energy capabilities); UF Health is a Canon CT Luminary Site.
  • Three 3 Tesla and seven 1.5 Tesla MRI scanners; UF Health is a Siemens MRI Site.
  • Siemens PET/CT, General Electric SPECT and SPECT/CT scanners, and three solid-state Digirad Ergo mobile gamma cameras, among other nuclear medicine systems.
  • Nineteen interventional fluoroscopy systems in the Radiology, Cardiology, Neurosurgery and Vascular Surgery departments.
  • Hologic full-field digital mammography and breast tomosynthesis systems.
  • Multiple AGFA and Siemens digital radiography systems in all hospitals and clinics.
  • A wide variety of ultrasound equipment, including Doppler.