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Postdoctoral Fellow - Biomedical physics
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
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About Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
The Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Sciences at Johns Hopkins offers a number of educational and training avenues for those interested in the field of radiation oncology and molecular radiation sciences. Our trainees have the opportunity to learn from experienced clinical and research faculty and staff in technologically advanced facilities. Researchers in Radiation Oncology develop studies to examine how radiation and medical physics can be made even more effective and better targeted to treat cancers. Researchers in the Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences are driven by the goal of accelerating the delivery of effective cancer treatments in order to improve our patients’ quality of life. Our research initiatives result in the most up-to-date treatment regimens for our patients and education for our trainees. Medical physicists help develop work flows for radiation therapists to maximize quality and efficiency and make sure that all radiation equipment is used correctly. Physics researchers at Johns Hopkins serve as a bridge between basic physics and biology researches to help new discoveries and their translation for clinical use. The r...esearch group has several areas of focus including FLASH radiotherapy, small animal focal radiation research, Oncospace, Robotics, and quality.
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