The Ph.D. program in Medical Physics is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge and skills in the application of physics to medicine. The program provides students with the opportunity to conduct cutting-edge research in areas such as medical imaging, radiation therapy, and nuclear medicine.

 

Throughout the program, students will work closely with faculty members who are experts in their fields and participate in cutting-edge research projects. They will also have access to state-of-the-art research facilities and equipment.

 

Upon graduation, students will be prepared for careers in academia, industry, or government, as well as for postdoctoral research positions. They will have the skills and knowledge necessary to make significant contributions to the development of new technologies and treatments that improve patient care.

 

The program is typically completed in 4-5 years and includes coursework, research, and a dissertation.