Collins Lecture Series

World-renowned speakers giving visionary presentations about topics loosely related to radiation oncology. 

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Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Courses

Courses taught by our faculty at Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology. Upcoming courses with Brian Winey, PhD and Jan Schuemann, PhD (Spring 2021):

  • HST.531 Medical Physics of Proton Therapy: Introduction into advanced techniques such as laser acceleration and dielectric wall acceleration. 
  • HST.533 Medical Imaging in Radiation Therapy: Introduction into imaging concepts and applications used throughout radiation therapy workflows, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), and computed tomography (CT). 

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Physics Seminar Series

The Mass General Radiation Oncology Physics Seminar Series is a weekly seminar series held on Tuesdays at 12:00 p.m. EST. Speakers from around the world present their latest research related to Radiation Oncology, with a focus on Medical Physics, but reaching out across disciplines including biology, clinical research, and all sciences.

Registration is required. 

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Techniques of Proton Radiotherapy

A course designed by Bernard Gottschalk, PhD for persons who are, or plan to be, occupied with the design, maintenance, or upgrade of proton radiotherapy facilities. A wide variety of topics are covered including Bragg peak, single scattering, and nuclear reactions.

Suggested Prerequisite: Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering

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The Harvard Medical Physics Residency Program is a CAMPEP accredited three-year program providing research and clinical exposures in radiation oncology and is intended for applicants with a Ph.D. in physics or related sciences. This program also offers a CAMPEP-accredited Certificate Program, which enables individuals with a non-CAMPEP medical physics Ph.D. to complete all didactic requirements within the residency program. 

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