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 is Vice Chair and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology in Gainesville and is the Director of the Graduate Program.
As part of the Diagnostic Medical Physics faculty, he serves as an instructor for three courses: ENU 6657, Diagnostic Physics I; ENU 6652, Diagnostic Physics II; BME 6505, Diagnostic Physics III, and GMS 5905, Seminar in Medical Physics.
He also serves on PhD committees and serves as a MS advisor.
Dr Arreola oversees the Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Research Lab, which includes projects in Computed Tomography (CT); Interventional Radiology (IR) and Fluoroscopy; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI); and Mammography.