I'm thrilled to say our article on "Proposed Priorities for Low-Dose Radiation Research and Their Relevance to the Practice of Radiology" was published in Radiology! What a pleasure working with a stellar team of national experts.
This study explores the impact of low-dose radiation, which is commonly used in medical imaging and various industries, and assesses a strategic plan's recommendations for national multidisciplinary research program on low-dose radiation's health effects.
Yesterday, November 7, 2023, the AAPM Community of Medical Physics Educators Subcommittee (CMPESC) hosted a virtual Educator Club on Introduction to Active Learning over Zoom for AAPM members.
The session opened with a discussion on the benefits of active learning in medical physics education, emphasizing the significance of student engagement and hands-on activities.
Faculty of the UF medical physics graduate program - Photo taken by Jesse S. Jones
I'm very PROUD to work in this outstanding Medical Physics program!! 🙌😊 Here's a summary of an article by Emily Mavrakis, Writer for UF College of Medicine:
The University of Florida's medical physics graduate program, housed under the department of radiology, has seen significant growth in recent years. This spring, all five of its graduates matched with participating diagnostic imaging medical physics residency programs, securing...
What an amazing teaching conference! Feeling inspired and ready to bring new ideas to my classroom! 🤩👩🏫📚 I just got back from an incredible teaching conference and I am overflowing with excitement and inspiration! 🤩 The University of Florida’s annual Interface Teaching Conference brings together ..
Izabella Barreto is a clinical medical physicist and academic professor who shares her journey in striving for personal and professional growth while overcoming anxiety, stress, and common barriers in an academic world.