Ph.D. students trained with a specialty in Health Physics may find employment as Radiation Safety Officers at universities or large laboratories, or they may be employed as faculty in Health Physics training programs. Specialists in Health Physics will also help meet the growing demand for workers trained in radiation safety following the federal government's new initiatives in homeland security. For more information about graduate-level educational and research opportunities in Health Physics at Duke, see our Home Page
The Medical Health Physics Track is one area of concentration offered by the Duke Medical Physics Program. For more information, see the Duke Medical Physics Web site
The Duke Health Physics Group and the Duke Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory (Department of Radiology) are pleased to announce the availability of DOE Graduate Fellowships in Health Physics for eligible Duke graduate students. Candidates must be US citizens and earning a MS or PhD in health physics related disciplines. For further information, please contact Dr. Gunasingha, Program Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an appointment with Dr. Gunasingha and Dr Yoshizumi.