The Radiological Sciences Program is fortunate to have the generous support of members of our Health Physics Advisory Board, Emeritus faculty, and alumni and their companies.

Supporters of the program include:

Hospital Partners

  • Children's Hospital Boston
  • Mass General Hospital
  • Brigham and Women's
  • Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Tufts Medical Center
  • Lahey Medical
  • BU Medical
  • Lowell General Hospital

Industrial Partners

  • Cabrera Services
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • Mirion Technologies
  • RADCompliance¬†
  • Radiation Safety and Control Services (RSCS)
  • Seabrook Nuclear Power
  • Millstone Nuclear Power
  • Lantheus Medical Imaging

National Laboratories

All of the National Laboratories have sponsored or supported our students over the years with projects, research, internships, and careers.

More ways to provide support

Hire a student or graduate

One of the best ways to support the Radiological Sciences Program is to consider our undergraduate and graduate students for internship opportunities, and our recent graduates for employment opportunities. Please send your internship or job announcement to:

Mark A. Tries
Associate Professor, Coordinator - Radiological Sciences
978-934-3353
Mark_Tries@uml.edu

Make a donation

Donations to the program under the Radiological Sciences Discretionary Fund also help to enhance the educational experience of students in the program, and build camaraderie and esprit de corps.

Assortment of Health Physics students wearing different levels of radiation protection gear before a class practical exercise. On female student, smiling, sits in a chair while taping her protective gloves on.  Another student wearing a full face respirator, sits in a chair while the teacher helps her put on her shoe covers.  Another smiling student, opens her shoe covers while wearing gloves and a tyvek suit.  A female student, wearing a protective suit, smiles while prepping her skull cap prior to wearing a respirator.  Two groups of students are in various stages of removing their protective gear around a radiation control point carrying clipboards, and radiation detectors.

Students prepping for a practical exercise in their Radiation Safety and Controls Class