Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

NRE 8011/8012 and MP 6011/6012 Seminar

Nuclear & Radiological Engineering and Medical Physics Programs

Title:

Medical Physics Residency

Speaker:

Ms. Jenna Fair

Affiliation:

Medical Physicist, Piedmont Cancer Institute

When:

Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 11:00:00 AM

Where:

Boggs Building, Room 3-47

Host:

C K Wang
daphne.brown@me.gatech.edu
4043855502

Abstract

This presentation summarizes the timeline and requirements for application to and matching with a medical physics residency program. Helpful tips and tricks, as well as resources, are provided to assist the average medical physics student through navigation of the post-graduation residency landscape.


Biography

Jenna Fair graduated from Georgia Tech in 2014 (B.S. Biomedical Engineering) and in 2016 (M.S. Medical Physics). She completed her residency in therapeutic medical physics at University of Florida Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health where she stayed on as a staff physicist after graduation. Recently, Jenna returned to her hometown of Atlanta, GA, in October 2018 to work as a staff physicist for Piedmont Hospital. She still enjoys cheering on the Yellow Jackets at Georgia Tech football, volleyball, baseball, and basketball games.

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