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Subject: May 16 info session: MS in Medical Physics

Description:
I would like to invite you and your students to visit Jefferson’s campus in
center city Philadelphia to learn more about the Master of Science degree in
Medical Physics. Join us on Tuesday, May 16 at 5 p.m. in the Edison Building,
130 South 9th Street, Suite 100, Philadelphia. Please register to attend by
contacting David Wood in our admissions office: [log in to unmask] or
215-503-9847.
   	
The MS in Medical Physics is developed for people with a bachelor’s degree
in physics who want to work as medical physicists in hospitals, clinics or
medical schools. Jefferson offers the only program in the Philadelphia region
that offers training on the two largest suppliers of linear accelerators in
the United States and the latest versions of their associated treatment
planning software.
   	
Our didactic courses and labs are complemented with extensive clinical
experience that solidifies the practice of Medical Physics. The program is
designed to meet criteria for full accreditation through the Commission on
Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP). Graduating from
a CAMPEP master’s program in Medical Physics offers students the
opportunity to enter a two-year medical physics residency. Completion of an
advanced degree from a CAMPEP accredited medical physics program and
completion of a residency are current requirements for certification by the
American Board of Radiology.
   	
I hope to meet you and your students at the May 16 info session! In the
meantime, you can learn more about the program here.
http://jeffersonhospital.us1.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=6999352295e26717deeaa9712&id=ac90daac02&e=8a9f843829

   	
James Keller, PhD
MS in Medical Physics Program Director
Medical Physicist, Clinical Instructor
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Bodine Center for Cancer Treatment
Phone: 215-955-7969
Email: [log in to unmask]

Contact Person:  David Wood
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