February 05, 2015
5:00 am to 5:00 pm

sara st james

Assistant Professor Medical Physicist Department of Radiation Oncology University of Washington

Positrons, Protons… “positive” experiences in Medical Physics

The pathway from Biomedical Engineering to clinical Medical Physics is one that has changed drastically in the past few years.

The career path to medical physics, the role of a medical physicist in radiation oncology and the many research opportunities that exist for biomedical engineers in medical physics will be discussed with an emphasis on proton therapy and neutron therapy (both of which are currently used at the University of Washington).




1005 GBSF Main Floor Auditorium

1005 GBSF

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