The Department of Imaging Physics offers several educational opportunities:
- An accredited Graduate Program in Medical Physics
- An accredited Clinical Imaging Physics Residency Program
- Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
Continuing Education Courses
- 2014 Diagnostic Medical Physics Practice Oral Examination (pdf)
March 29-30, 2014
Class limited to 18 attendees
- 2013 CT Hands-On Workshop for Physicists (pdf)
February 8-10, 2013
Class limited to 36 attendees
- 2012 Nuclear Medicine and PET Hands-On Workshop (pdf)
October 19-21, 2012
Class limited to 36 attendees.
For information about continuing education courses, contact Betsy Kindred at firstname.lastname@example.org
News & Features
PET/CT Delineates Tumors in Motion
"To our knowledge, this is the first time that a single static PET/CT scan has been used to delineate the tumour ITV for lung/thoracic cancer patients." Osama Mawlawi, Ph.D.
- Read full article
Urgent Need for Medical Physics Residency Programs
RSNA and AAPM are offering incentives to establish much-needed accredited diagnostic imaging medical physics residency training programs like the one under way at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Above: Program Director, Charles Willis, Ph.D., (center), senior medical physicist Donna Stevens, M.S., (right) and resident (now Assosiate Professor) Cheenu Kappadath, Ph.D., (left) in the MD Anderson Imaging Physics Residency Program.
- Read full article (pdf) republished with permission by RSNA Radiological Society of North America
- Learn about MD Anderson's Imaging Physics Residency Program