Medical Physics Residency Program
The newly created Medical Physics Residency Program was awarded a four-year grant from the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) and Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) to support training MS and PhD resident candidates in diagnostic physics. Led by Jonathon A. Nye, this program is a collaborative training effort between the Department of Radiology and Phoenix Technology Corporation, a private consulting company. To read more click here.
Child-Friendly Imaging Capability
The Center for Systems Imaging and Biomedical Imaging Technology Center (CSI/BITC) completed the new MRI imaging suite for pediatric research at the CSI/BITC Wesley Woods Health Center facility. To read more click here.
Appointment of Associate Editor of Medical Physics
Dr. Xiangyang Tang has been appointed as the Associate Editor of Medical Physics, one of the two world-wide flagship scientific journals in Medical Physics, for a three-year term (2014-2017). The Board of Associate Editors of Medical Physics is a panel of scientists and researchers covering the physics of medical imaging and radiation therapy. With his extensive expertise and experience in CT imaging, Dr. Tang will work with other Associate Editors to oversee manuscript reviewing and assure the quality of papers published in Medical Physics.