Hello everyone, I have an upcoming interview with 3 great CAMPEP accredited Medical Physics PhD programs soon. I have went through my BS and MS in physics, with a few courses in Medical Physics (MRI/MRS, Radiation measurement labs, and currently taking Radiation Oncology Undergraduate course) and some relevant research in the field. While I think academically I am prepared, I am still fairly uncertain which area of research I intend to work in.. I know I will need to discuss my plans during the interview, but in all honesty, I have no clue what area interests me most. However, I can certainly rule out nuclear medicine as I dont seem to really like it. During the interview, should I have read through their current research, or will simply knowing a brief description of their work be sufficient? Also, which area of research tends to be the best for career opportunities? I am stuck between MR and Rad Therapy. If any of you can provide some feedback, that would be wonderful.