SDAMPP is a nonprofit organization whose prime objective is the advancement of education in the scientific field of medical physics. This objective is pursued through discussions, meetings, collaboration, and the shared perspectives of those in positions of leadership within academic programs of medical physics. The Society has the following missions in furtherance of this objective:
In August, 2020, our membership will vote twice: once to elected officers and again regarding important proposed amendments to update our bylaws. Please make your voice heard on this important items. All voting members will receive an email with details soon.
SDAMPP recently held it’s first virtual annual meeting. Over half of our society was able to join us for this meeting, which covered the impact of COVID-19 on graduate programs and residencies, future funding paradigms for programs, as well as a remembrance for Ed Jackson, PhD, a founding member of SDAMPP who passed away this June. The meeting was recorded, and can be viewed in it's entirety.
E. Ishmael Parsai has been elected via special election to fill the Chair of the Board position for 2020. Dr. Parsai served as Chair in 2019, and due to an unfilled President-Elect position in 2018, he agreed to serve another year as Chair if membership would elect him again. Congratulations!
Spring Webinar – May 11, 2020
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Dr. John Antolak (Chair of the Educational Practices Committee) recently published a summary of the 2019 MedPhys match results, which is now in it’s 5th year. It can be read here.
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