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The physics residency program is developed and administered by the Physics Residency Program Director, an employee of University of Cincinnati, assisted by the Medical Physics Residency Steering Committee. Within the Department of Radiation Oncology,
the administrative organization of the graduate educational program in Medical Physics is headed by the Director of Medical Physics Residency who is appointed by the Chairperson of the Department of Radiation Oncology, Dr. William Barrett. The Director
oversees the smooth operation of the program and serves as liaison between the department and the GME office.
The Physics Residency Steering Committee (PSC) is comprised of the Program Director, the Associate Program Director, the Medical Residency Program Director (MD), the Graduate Medical Physics Program Director, four staff physicists (including one from
the proton practice and one from West Chester RT Center), and one dosimetrist/manager at WCRT & Proton Center.
The membership of the Physics Residency Steering Committee includes a radiation oncologist selected by the Chairperson of the Department of Radiation Oncology in consultation with the Physics Residency Program Director, typically the Residency Director.
The committee typically meets once or twice every six months. The agenda of each meeting shall include residents progress, program review, and residents’ suggestions and concerns.
Dan Ionascu, PhDAssociate ProfessorDan.Ionascu@uc.edu
Nitin Kumar, MSAssistant Professorkumarnn@ucmail.uc.edu
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