Vice Chair, Physics
Assistant Professor & Chief, Clinical Radiological Physics
Director, Medical Physics Graduate Program
- PhD: University of Florida; Gainesville, FL (Medical Physics)
- MS: State University of New York; Buffalo, NY (Physics)
- BS: Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana; Mexico City, Mexico (Physics)
Dr Arreola, Vice Chair, oversees all aspects of Medical Physics at UF Health. This includes the clinical support, research, and education goals that support the overall mission of the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases.
As Division Chief and Assistant Professor, Dr Arreola directs the highest caliber of medical physicists in advancing the practice of medical physics through application of mathematics and physics principles; innovative research and development; and who, through responsible clinical practice, promotes the highest quality medical services for our patients.
As director of the graduate program, he oversees a multi-disciplinary group of esteemed faculty and a growing group of exceptional students (MS and PhD) who will become future leaders in the field.
Dr Arreola is committed to diversity, inclusiveness, and equality. This commitment is reflected in the culture of the Division and the programs that he leads, all of which are trailblazing a future of global collaboration and engagement.