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Programs Medical Physics PhD

  1. Mar 28, 2009 #1
    Afternoon peoples,

    I'm a student in the UK and I have the intention of apply for a PhD in the area of medical physics and am just looking for a bit of advice. I won't be applying until the end of the year since it's too late now to apply for a position starting this year, but i'm wondering how I can go about in finding the right institution. For now, i've really just been looking at lots of universities to find the ones with medical physics groups, but it's hard to tell how good the groups actually are, i guess i'm wondering if there's any way to more easily find which universities have medical physics groups then I can take it from there.

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