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Director's Awards for Exemplary Service 2017

RECIPIENT: FORREST A. MCDOUGAL

Forrest A. McDougal, M.S. has been recognized with Director's Award for Exemplary Service 2017 for serving the Program and his fellow students through exceptional community building, leadership in multiplicity of activities, and for being an outstanding ambassador for the Program and Duke University.

Director's Awards for Exemplary Service 2017

RECIPIENTS: JACLYN J. CARROLL AND MICHELLE B. ROKNI

Jaclyn J. Carroll and Michelle B. Rokni (MS students) have been honored with Director's Award for Exemplary Service 2017 for going beyond the call of duty to serve and represent the Program and fellow students at the Medical Physics Open House, and for being outstanding ambassadors for the Program and Duke University.

Graduation and Awards Ceremony 2017

Medical Physics Graduate Program at Duke Class 2017.

(2017-05-19) Congratulations to Duke Medical Physics Graduate Program 17 MS and 3 PhD Graduates 2017 with achieving their degrees! 

Front row from the left to the right: Yang Sheng, PhD, James R. Spencer, MS, Ashlyn G. Rickard, MS, Kara M. Lambson, MS, Brittany T. Moore, MS, Mary Esther Braswell, MS, Laurie  C. Cumberbatch, PhD.

Middle row from the left to the right: Scott H. Robertson, PhD, Thomas J. Sauer, MS, Boyu Meng, MS, Elianna A. Bier, MS, Xinyuan Chen, MS, Silu Han, MS.

Back row from the left to the right: Joshua E. Carter, MS, Zachary D. Shrock, MS, Charles S. Cowart, MS, Aaron K. Smith, MS, Michael A. Trager, MS, Forrest A. McDougal, MS.

 

Welcome to DKU Class 2018

(2017-05-19) The DKU Medical Physics Program Class 2018 has arrived on Duke Campus. The second year MS students from our sister program Duke Kunshan University Medical Physics Program in China will do research in the laboratories, take lecture and practicum courses, experience life in the US on Duke Campus during the summer and fall semesters.

 

 

Samei Honored as AIMBE Fellow

(2017-05-19) The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) inducted Dr. Ehsan Samei (Radiology) into its prestigious College of Fellows. Dr. Samei was nominated, reviewed, and elected by peers and members of the College of Fellows for substantial contributions to the development of medical imaging systems and the understanding of the relationships between image quality metrics and dose. The College of Fellows is comprised of the top two percent of medical and biological engineers in the country and welcomed 145 new colleagues to its class of 2017. (Read more)