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Provides clinical medical physics services for the Department of Radiation Oncology.
Clinical medical physics services must be performed at a high standard and include:
Participate in research and educational efforts.
Support and assist physicians, dosimetrists, therapists, and other colleagues. Implement requested improvements and changes facilitating their work.
2 years post-graduate experience in Therapeutic Medical Physics.
PhD in medical physics or related field required
Scheduled Days / Hours: 40 hours per week; License (or Certification):ABMP Preferred; License (or Certification):ABR Preferred; Education:PH.D Required