Celebrating 40 Years of Medical Physics
Each month of 2021 we will share a piece of the department's history. Click to read more...
Alzheimer's in Down Syndrome Patients
Brad Christian Part Of Multi-Institution Effort to Investigate Alzheimer's Disease in People with Down Syndrome
Improved COVID-19 Pneumonia Detection
Guang-Hong Chen, Ran Zhang, and collaborators develop improved method for detecting COVID-19 induced pneumonia. Read more...
Defending During COVID-19
Defending During COVID-19 - How Students Are Adapting to the New Reality

Ph.D. student Amy Weisman shares her experiences defending her thesis during the epidemic.

Radiological Physics Services
Radiological Physics Services
Fetal Biomagnetism
Fetal Biomagnetism
Cyclotron
Cyclotron
X-Ray Imaging
X-Ray Imaging
Celebrating 40 Years of Medical Physics
Celebrating 40 Years of Medical Physics
Alzheimer's in Down Syndrome Patients
Alzheimer's in Down Syndrome Patients
Improved COVID-19 Pneumonia Detection
Improved COVID-19 Pneumonia Detection
Defending During COVID-19
Defending During COVID-19
Radiological Physics Services
Radiological Physics Services
Fetal Biomagnetism
Fetal Biomagnetism
Cyclotron
Cyclotron
X-Ray Imaging
X-Ray Imaging
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Department of Medical Physics

Medical Physics is one of 10 basic science departments in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. The department has 30 core faculty members, many with cross-appointments or affiliate appointments in one or more clinical departments. These include Radiology, Human Oncology, Psychiatry, and Medicine. Several faculty have cross appointments in the School of Engineering, in Nuclear Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Biomedical Engineering.

Our department awards MS degrees in Medical Physics and Health Physics and doctoral degrees in Medical Physics. The graduate program is accredited the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Educational Programs, Inc.

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State-of-the-art research facilities enable ground-breaking discoveries in many different research areas. This month we are highlighting the work of our Computed Tomography group.

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