How to Become A: Medical Physicist
Watch Dianna Cody, Ph.D., Medical Physicist and Professor of Imaging Physics at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discuss her work with computer tomography (CT) and teaching students and physicians on best practices with this important diagnostic tool. In addition to landing her first job right after graduation from the University of Michigan, she had the unusual experience of having her first two grants funded from the National Institutes of Health—a very rare occurrence in the research world.
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