Support UW Medical Physics
Alumni, supporters and friends like you assure that the Department of Medical Physics will never stop transforming lives. Your gift, whatever its size, makes a huge difference in assuring the ‘Wisconsin Experience’ will be available to new generations of students and researchers. Graduate training in medical physics demands many resources, including equipment, student stipends, and facilities. Donations to the University of Wisconsin Medical Physics Department through the UW Foundation are critically important to enhance these programs, support students, purchase modern equipment, and initiate new research programs. Support us here:
- The Medical Physics Fund : This fund provides discretionary funding to the Department of Medical Physics Chair and is dedicated to provide financial assistance for the department’s missions of teaching, research, and service. Examples of how such funds may be used include, but is not limited to, travel awards, research support, equipment, etc.
- The John Cameron Visiting Lectureship Fund : This fund is specifically dedicated to support the establishment and ongoing development of medical physics lectures and regularly held seminars. Examples of how such funds may be used include, but are not limited to, travel and honoraria for lecture speakers.
- The Medical Physics Alumni Fellowship Fund : This fund is specifically dedicated to provide funds for a fellow in Medical Physics. The fellowship will provide supplemental funding for a post-graduate fellow in Medical Physics, thereby, allowing that fellow the opportunity to pursue areas of research and teaching in the field.
- The Paul DeLuca, PhD Scholar Fund : The purpose of the Fund is to allow donors to have a lasting impact on the Department of Medical Physics. These gifts will directly benefit students and create a legacy that will support Wisconsin Medical Physics now and in perpetuity. This fund will support graduate student and postdoctoral trainee financial needs, including but not limited to tuition support, stipends, travel awards, etc. Support will be provided to select graduate students and postdocs annually. Funds are intended to support the rare “superstar” students and to provide them with financial support without the confines that typically accompany extramural grants, allowing the student the freedom to pursue innovative projects wherever they may lead.