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Medical Physics Post-Doctoral Certificate


(PDCMP)

The Post-Doctoral Certificate in Medical Physics provides core medical physics education for those who hold a PhD in a technical field from a non-CAMPEP accredited degree program. The goal of the Certificate Program is to equip the trainee with sufficient theoretical and practical background knowledge in medical physics to enter a medical physics residency program, to be eligible to sit for the American Board of Radiology professional certification exam in radiological physics, and to succeed in a career in medical physics. The certificate program requires 15 credit hours of courses in radiation physics, radiation protection, radiobiology, medical imaging physics, and radiation oncology physics, as well as 3 credit hours of human anatomy. The certificate program can be completed in as few as 8 months.