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RADI.6650 Advanced Radiation Therapy Physics (Formerly 98.665)

Id: 037215 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


The student will be introduced to the physics of advanced treatment techniques used in radiation therapy, which include external beam electron, proton, and photon therapy and internal brachytherapy. For these techniques, the principles of the techniques such as clinical applications, radiation delivery equipment, treatment planning methods, methods of dose calculations, determination of time of irradiation from dose prescription, dose measurements, and quality assurance will be studied. This knowledge will prepare the student for an introduction to the clinical practice of medical physics applied to complex treatment techniques used in radiation therapy. Also, this should help prepare the student for research in radiation therapy physics.


Pre-req or Co-Req: RADI.5650 Introduction to Radiation Therapy Physics.

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