The Division of Medical Physics is committed to excellence in teaching and research, and leadership in the application of physics and engineering principles to cancer care.
The Division of Medical Physics offers thesis-based MSc and PhD Degrees in Medical Physics, as well as Medical Physics resident training in radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging. Its aim is to provide each student and resident with a superior education and experience in medical physics. The Medical Physics Graduate Program and the two Medical Physics Residency Programs are all accredited by the internationally recognized Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Educational Programs (CAMPEP). Research in the Division of Medical Physics ranges from fundamental to translational (laboratory bench to treatment couch). The Division and the Cross Cancer Institute have accomplished research milestones and acquired expertise that is recognized worldwide. For more information, visit the Medical Physics web site at http://www.mp.med.ualberta.ca/