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Title: University of Wisconsin Medical School


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University of Wisconsin Medical School
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  • Graduate Education in Medical Physics
  • Paul M. DeLuca, Ph.D.
  • Vice Dean and
  • Associate Dean for Research
  • University of Wisconsin Medical School

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University of Wisconsin Science and Engineering
PhDs 2001
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Essential Aspects of Graduate Education
CAMPEP Process and Curriculum
Typical CAMPEP Curriculum Implementation
Alternate Fused Programs Generate More!
Start them Young!
What do they look like!
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CAMPEP Approved Programs
McGill University Montreal General
Hospital Department of Medical Physics Livingston
Hall, Room L5-109 1650 Avenue Des
Cedres Montreal, PQ H3G 1A4, Canada Universit
y of Alberta - Cross Cancer Institute Division of
Medical Physics 11560 University Avenue Edmonton,
T6G 1Z2, Canada
University of California - Los Angeles The
Departments of Radiological Sciences,
Radiation Oncology, and Molecular and Medical
Pharmacology Biomedical Physics Interdepartmental
Graduate Program 10833 LeConte Avenue, B2-049F
CHS Los Angeles, CA 90095-6948 University of
Florida Department of Nuclear Radiological
Engineering 202 Nuclear Science
Building Gainesville, FL 32611-8300
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CAMPEP Approved Programs
Wayne State University Harper
Hospital Department of Radiation Oncology 3990
John R. Street Detroit, MI 48201
University of Texas HSC - San Antonio Department
of Radiology 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio,
TX 78229-3900
The University of Texas Houston Health
Science Center Graduate School of Biomedical
Sciences The University of Texas M. D. Anderson
Cancer Center Department of Radiation Physics
1515 Holcombe Boulevard Houston, TX 77030
University of Wisconsin -- Madison Department of
Medical Physics 1300 University Avenue 1530
Medical Sciences Center Madison, WI 53706
University of Kentucky Medical Center Radiation
Sciences 900 South Limestone Street Lexington, KY
40536-0200
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CAMPEP GEPRC Membership
Jay Burmeister, Ph.D. Harper Hospital Brenda
Clark, Ph.D. British Columbia Cancer Agency Paul
M. DeLuca, Ph.D. (Vice Chair) University of
Wisconsin Madison Bennett S. Greenspan,
M.D. University of Missouri Health Sciences
Center Christine Hartmann-Siantar Lawrence
Livermore Laboratory
Edward F. Jackson, Ph.D. University of Texas M.D.
Anderson Cancer Center Andrew Karellas,
Ph.D. Emory University Robert W. Kline,
Ph.D. Mayo Clinic Richard L. Maughan Ph.D.
(Chair) University of Pennsylvania
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CAMPEP Academic Program Recommendations For
Graduate Degrees In Medical Physics
  • A Report of the Education and Training of Medical
    Physicists Committee
  • November 2002

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The Education and Training of Medical Physicists
Committee
  • Bhudatt R. Paliwal, Ph.D.
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin
  • James C.H. Chu, Ph.D.
  • Rush Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois
  • Arnold Feldman, Ph.D.
  • Peoria, Illinois
  • Ellen E. Grein, Ph.D.
  • British Columbia Cancer Agency
  • Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Donald E. Herbert, Ph.D.
  • University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama
  • Edward F. Jackson, Ph.D.
  • University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
  • Houston, Texas
  • Faiz M. Khan, Ph.D.
  • University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Richard L. Maughan, Ph.D.
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
    Pennsylvania
  • Venkataramanan Natarajan, Ph.D.
  • Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, New York
  • Ervin B. Podgorsak
  • McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
  • E. Russell Ritenour, Ph.D.
  • University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Mohammed K. Zaidi, M.S.
  • Department of Energy, Idaho Falls, Idaho

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Core Topics
  • Radiological Physics and Dosimetry
  • Health Physics/Radiation Safety
  • Radiation Biology
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Special Topics
  • - Professional Ethics/Conflict of
  • Interest/Scientific Misconduct
  • - Statistical Methods in Medical Sciences

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Imaging Science
Imaging Science
  • Conventional Planar Imaging
  • Digital X-Ray Imaging and Computed Tomography
  • Ultrasound Imaging
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Nuclear Medicine

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Radiation Therapy
  • Radiation Oncology
  • External Beam Radiation Therapy
  • Brachytherapy
  • Treatment Planning
  • Radiation Therapy Devices
  • Special Techniques in Radiotherapy
  • Radiation Therapy with Neutrons, Protons, Heavy
    Ions

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Essential Aspects of Graduate Education
CAMPEP Process and Curriculum
Typical CAMPEP Curriculum Implementation
Alternate Fused Programs Generate More!
Start them Young!
What do they look like!
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Typical Program for Master of Science Degree in
Medical Physics (General Med Physics Option)
1st Semester -- (Fall) Med. Phys. 463 --
Radioisotopes in Medicine and Biology -- (3 cr.)
Med. Phys. 501 -- Radiological Physics and
Dosimetry -- (3 cr.) Med. Phys. 567 -- The
Physics of Diagnostic Radiology -- (3 cr.)
Med. Phys. 900 -- Journal Club and Seminar -- (1
cr.)   2nd Semester -- (Spring) Med. Phys.
410 -- Radiobiology -- (2 cr.) Med. Phys.
566 -- Physics of Radiotherapy -- (3 cr.)
Med. Phys. 569 -- Health Physics -- (4 cr.)
Electives Choose From Med. Phys. 401
-- Intermediate Physics for Medicine and Biology
-- (3 cr.) Med. Phys. 530 -- Medical
Imaging Systems -- (3 cr.) Med. Phys. 568
-- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) -- (3 cr.)
Med. Phys. 570 -- Advanced Brachytherapy
Physics -- (3 cr.) Med. Phys. 707 --
Applications of Digital Imaging DSA, CT, MRI --
(2 cr.) Med. Phys. 900 -- Journal Club and
Seminar -- (1 cr.)   Medical Physics Qualifier
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Typical Program for Master of Science Degree in
Medical Physics (General Med Physics Option)
3rd Semester -- (Fall) Med. Phys. 661 to 666
-- Rad Lab in Radiological Physics -- (1-3 cr.)
Electives Choose From Med. Phys.
473 -- Imaging in Medicine -- (3 cr.)
Med. Phys. 575 -- Diagnostic Ultrasound Physics
-- (3 cr.) Med. Phys. 571 -- Advanced
External Beam Radiotherapy -- (3 cr.)
Med. Phys. 710 -- Advances in Medical Magnetic
Resonance -- (2 cr.) Med. Phys. 812 --
Radiation Medicine Physics Clerkship -- (2
cr.) Physiology 335 -- Physiology -- (5
cr.) Med. Phys. 900 -- Journal Club and
Seminar 4th Semester -- (Spring) Med. Phys.
661 to 666 -- Rad Lab in Radiological Physics --
(1-3 cr.) Med. Phys. 410 -- Radiobiology --
(2 cr.) Electives Choose From
Med. Phys. 401 -- Intermediate Physics for
Medicine and Biology -- (3 cr.) Med.
Phys. 530 -- Medical Imaging Systems -- (3 cr.)
Med. Phys. 568 -- Magnetic Resonance Imaging
(MRI) -- (3 cr.) Med. Phys. 570 --
Advanced Brachytherapy Physics -- (3 cr.)
Med. Phys. 707 -- Applications of Digital
Imaging DSA, CT, MRI -- (2 cr.) Med.
Phys. 812 -- Radiation Medicine Physics Clerkship
-- (2 cr.) Anatomy 328 -- Human Anatomy --
(3 cr.) Physiology 335 -- Physiology -- (5
cr.) Med. Phys. 900 -- Journal Club and
Seminar
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Medical Imaging Emphasis in Medical Physics
1st Semester -- (Fall) Med. Phys. 501 --
Radiological Physics and Dosimetry -- (3 cr.)
Med Phys 473 Imaging in Medicine Linear
Systems -- (3 cr.) Med. Phys. 567 -- The
Physics of Diagnostic Radiology -- (3 cr.)
Med. Phys. 900 -- Journal Club and Seminar -- (1
cr.)   2nd Semester -- (Spring) Med Phys 474
Imaging in Medicine Stochastic Methods -- (3
cr.) Med. Phys. 568 -- Magnetic Resonance
Imaging (MRI) -- (3 cr.) Med. Phys. 900 --
Journal Club and Seminar -- (1 cr.)   Medical
Physics Qualifier   3rd Semester -- (Fall)
Med. Phys. 661 to 666 -- Rad Lab in Radiological
Physics -- (1-3 cr.) Med. Phys. 463 --
Radioisotopes in Medicine and Biology -- (3
cr.) Med. Phys. 575 -- Diagnostic Ultrasound
Physics -- (3 cr.) Med. Phys. 900 -- Journal
Club and Seminar   4th Semester -- (Spring)
Med. Phys. 661 to 666 -- Rad Lab in Radiological
Physics -- (1-3 cr.) Med. Phys. 900 --
Journal Club and Seminar  
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Essential Aspects of Graduate Education
CAMPEP Process and Curriculum
Typical CAMPEP Curriculum Implementation
Alternate Fused Programs Generate More!
Start them Young!
What do they look like!
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BS-NE/MS-MP Dual Degree Program
Plan (SeniorYear)
Senior Year - Fall Semester Course
Undergrad Graduate Credit
Credit NEEP 427 Nuclear Instrum. Lab. 2
2 MP 501 Radiological Physics and
Dosimetry 3 MP XXX Medical Phys Electives
(e.g., MP 463, MP567) 6 EPD 397 Technical
Writing 3 Liberal Elective 3   Senior
Year - Spring Semester NEEP 428 Nuclear Reactor
Lab. 2 NEEP 571 Econ. Environ. Aspects of
Nuclear Energy 3 NEEP 412 Nuclear Engineering
Design 5 MP XXX Medical Physics Elective
(e.g., MP410, MP 566) 3 Liberal Studies
Electives 3 
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BS-NE/MS-MP Dual Degree Program Plan (Fifth
Year)
Fifth Year Fall Semester Course
Undergrad Graduate Credit
Credit MP 575 Diagnostic Ultrasound 3 MP
473 Medical Imaging 3 MP XXX Medical
Physics Electives (e.g., MP 571) 5 Radiation
Lab (e.g. Health Physics focus) 1 Journal
Club 1   Fifth Year - Spring Semester MP
569 Health Physics 4 MP 570 Brachytherapy
3 MP XXX Medical Physics Electives (e.g., MP
401, MP 410, MP 566) 3 Radiation Lab
Elective 1 Journal Club 1 Total
Credits 33 27  
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Essential Aspects of Graduate Education
CAMPEP Process and Curriculum
Typical CAMPEP Curriculum Implementation
Alternate Fused Programs Generate More!
Start them Young!
What do they look like!
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Nuclear Engineering - Radiation Sciences Track
Fall Semester Cr Spring Semester
Cr Freshman Year Chem 109 General Anal
Chemistry I 5 EMA 201 Statics 3 Math 221
Calculus Analytic Geom. 5 Math 222 Calculus
Analytic Geom. 5 Communications "A"
Elective 2 Stat 224 Statistics for
Engineers 3 EPD 160 Intro. to Engineering 3 ME
231 Graphics 2 15 Liberal Studies
Electives 3 16 Sophomore
Year Math 234 Calculus-Fn. of Several
Var. 3 Math 319 Differential Equations 3 Phys 202
General Physics 5 Physics 241 or Phys. 205
Modern Phys. 3 EMA 202 Dynamics 3 ME 361
Engineering Thermodynamics 3 NEEP 271 Engr. Prob.
Solving I 3 EMA 303 Mechanics of Materials 3 EPD
275 or CA 105 Public Speaking 2 EMA 307 Mechanics
of Materials Lab 1 16 Liberal
Studies Electives 3 16
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Nuclear Engineering - Radiation Sciences Track
Fall Semester Cr Spring Semester Cr Junior
Year NEEP 305 Fund. of Nuclear Engr. 3 NEEP 405
Nuclear Reactor Theory 3 Math 321 Appl. Math.
Analysis 3 NEEP 408 Ionizing Radiation
3 MSE 350 Intro. to Materials Science 3 Phys
322 Electromagnetic Fields 3 Technical
Elective 3 Computing Elective 3 Liberal
Studies Electives 4 ECE 376 Electrical
Circuits 3 16 Free Elective
1 16 Senior Year NEEP 427 Nuclear
Instrum. Lab 2 NEEP 412 Nuclear Engineering
Design 5 Med Phys 501 Radiological Physics NEEP
428 Nuclear Reactor Lab. 2 Dosimetry
3 NEEP 571 Econ. Envir. Aspects of Medical
Physics Electives 6 Nuclear Energy
3 Liberal Studies Electives 3 Medical Physics
Elective 3 EPD 397 Technical Writing
3 Liberal Studies Elective 3 17 16
Total credits for Graduation 128
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BS-NE/MS-MP Dual Degree Program Plan
Undergrad credits prior to senior year
95 Undergrad credits 4th and 5 th years
33 Total undergrad credits 128 Total graduate
credits 27 Credits used for both
(2) Total credits 153
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Essential Aspects of Graduate Education
CAMPEP Process and Curriculum
Typical CAMPEP Curriculum Implementation
Alternate Fused Programs Generate More!
Start them Young!
What do they look like!
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Fall 2002 Final Admissions Summary
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Average GRE Scores of Enrolled Students
Fall 2002 V 486 (53) Q 713 (78) A 666 (75)
Physics 563 (29) Fall 2001 V 501 (58) Q 727
(83) A 672 (77) Physics 625 (37)   Fall
2000 V 518 (60) Q 752 (89) A 664 (77)
Physics 683 (48)   Fall 1999 V 547 (68) Q 745
(90) A 733 (89) Physics 725 (59)   Fall
1998 V 533 (62) Q 754 (90) A 669 (78)
Physics 732 (63)   Fall 1997 V 546 (67) Q 720
(84) A 668 (79) Physics 661 (47) Fall 1996 V
624 (82) Q 747 (89) A 692 (83) Physics 626
(43) Fall 1995 V 594 (77) Q 758 (90) A 708
(86) Physics 639 (43) Fall 1994 V 565 (82) Q
746 (91) A 717 (94) Physics 664
(48) Average 546 (68) 740 (87) 688
(82) 658 (46)
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Admission Data 2003
Q A
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Admission Data 2003
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AAPM Membership
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AAPM Change in Membership
Average change each year 4.8
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Training Pattern Needed To Support AAPM
Membership
Average AAPM Membership Change 135 /-
154 Average Retirement Rate
66 /- 11 Average Total New Members
Needed 201 /- 60 Assume ½ M.S. and ½
Ph.D. M.S. Program Needed
250 /- 50 Ph.D. Program Needed
500 /- 100 Number of Viable
M.S. Program 10 /- 2 Number of
Viable Ph.D. Programs 8 /- 2
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