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Medical Physics program at the University of Toledo College Of Medicine (previously known as Medical College of Ohio) has been in existence for nearly four decades and has produced many professionals who are leaders in the field today. Our goal is to continue producing intellectually stimulated individuals who will possess advanced knowledge in the field of medical physics and would be prepared to excel as clinicians, academic medical center’s faculty, and researchers in the field of medical physics. We remain proactive about achieving this goal through seeking, attracting and retaining graduate faculty of the highest calibers and maintaining the highest standards of excellence in our didactic course works, clinical clerkship and other scholarly programs.
In this CAMPEP-accredited Medical physics program, we offer both MSBS and Ph.D. degrees with concentrations in Radiation Oncology Physics and in Diagnostic Imaging Physics. The Masters degrees are administered through the UT College of Medicine’s Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (MSBS) graduate program. They are based in the Departments of Radiation Oncology, and Radiology, located on the campus of the UT medical center.
The doctorate degree offering is a Ph.D. in Physics with specialization in medical physics, offered by the College ofNatural Sciences and Mathematics, through the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Students in this program must satisfactorily complete the core physics courses and pass the physics Qualifying and Comprehensive Exams. In addition to satisfying all of the requirements for the physics Ph.D., these students will complete the medical physics courses and the required clinical clerkship within the College of Medicine, and will pursue appropriate dissertation research applicable to medical physics.
Graduates of UTMC are highly qualified to pursue board certification as medical physicists or to compete for available positions in clinical medical physics residency.
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E. Ishmael Parsai, Ph.D., FAAPM, FACRO, DABR
Professor of Radiation Oncology
Director, UT Graduate Medical Physics Programs
& Chief Medical Physicist – Radiation Oncology
University of Toledo Health Science Campus
Toledo, OH 43614
Visit the Graduate School Web site to learn more about the application process or to gather information about other graduate programs offered at UT.