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Residency in Medical Imaging Physics

The University of Wisconsin Medical Imaging Physics Residency is a 24-month duration program designed for individuals with a M.S. or Ph.D. degree in Medical Physics and who seek in depth education and training in clinical medical imaging physics. The objective of the program is to provide comprehensive clinical, technical, and professional physics education and training to enable graduates to perform independently as clinical medical imaging physicists. Upon finishing the program, a Certificate of Completion of the residency will be issued. Graduates will be prepared for ABR board certification exams and for professional careers as qualified medical physicists in clinical imaging facilities, in imaging physics consulting groups, or in the medical imaging device industry.

  • Program Director: Frank Ranallo, Ph.D. DABR
  • Associate Director/Clinical Coordinator: John Vetter, Ph.D., DABR
  • Medical Physics Department Chair: Edward Jackson, Ph.D. DABR, DABMP
  • Radiology Department Chair: Tom Grist, MD, DABR

Contact Information

To obtain information on the UW Imaging Physics Residency program, please contact:

Frank Ranallo, Ph.D., DABR - Program Director
Department of Medical Physics
University of Wisconsin
1111 Highland Avenue, Room 1005 WIMR
Madison, WI 53705

and/or

John R Vetter, Ph.D., DABR - Associate Director / Clinical Coordinator
Department of Medical Physics
University of Wisconsin
1111 Highland Avenue, Room 1005 WIMR
Madison, WI 53705



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