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Duke Medical Physics

The Medical Physics Graduate Program is an interdisciplinary program comprising faculty from many departments: radiology, radiation oncology, physics, biomedical engineering, electrical & computer engineering, chemistry, clinical imaging physics group, and occupational and environmental safety (health physics).

Our program is part of one of the best medical centers in the United States, with outstanding facilities in radiology and radiation oncology for clinical training. The program has 5,000 square feet of dedicated educational space in the Hock Plaza Building and access to state-of-the-art imaging and radiation therapy equipment in the clinical departments.

Tracks & Specialization Areas

Our program contains four tracks, each is introduced by its track director in the short videos below. Students may focus on a single track or select an area of specialization that encompasses multiple tracks.

Students are required to choose their track and specialization areas at the end of the first year of their program.

Medical Health Physics Track

Radiation Therapy Track

Nuclear Medicine Track

Diagnostic Imaging Track

The Duke Medical Physics Graduate Program is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Medical Physics Educational Programs (CAMPEP).

Note that the medical physics program at Duke Kunshan University is independently administered and not accredited by CAMPEP.