Hi, I'm an undergrad in engineering physics and I'm thinking about becoming a medical physicist. Do I need to have a biology or anatomy course before applying to a PhD program, and if so, which one is best to have? Also, since medical physics internships seem pretty rare, what other kinds of internships would be useful? I've spent a few days job-shadowing a medical physicist but he's in a private hospital that isn't really set up for a longer internship. Finally, would undergrad research be useful or is there something else I should be doing in my spare time? I'd appreciate any advice. Not too many people at my tech school know much about this field so I'm trying to figure it out on my own.