Thomas Jefferson Medical Physics Program Director Speaks at Physics Colloquium
Published on December 14, 2017
Dr. James Keller, director of Thomas Jefferson University's medical physics program gave the physics December colloquium jointly sponsored by the Society of Physics Students and the math, physics, and statistics department.
His talk entitled "The Medical Physics Career Path" discussed how students can get an MS medical physics in two years and PhD in medical physics in four to six years. One of the physics major's concentrations at USciences is medical physics.