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Last Updated: 5/15/14

Medical Physics

Medical Physics:

  1. Plans, develops and administers a program that facilitates the interaction of Radiation Oncology Physicists with the NCI;

  2. Coordinates the physics-related activities of the Radiation Research Program with other programs within NCI, NIH and other Federal agencies;

  3. Participates in clinical, developmental and educational activities of the Radiation Oncology Sciences Program, including the Clinical Radiation Oncology Branch;

  4. Provides a focal point within NCI for extramural investigators engaged in technological activities that relate to radiation oncology and who might benefit from scientific and technical interactions with Radiation Oncology Physicists.

Contact Information:

James Deye, PhD
240-276-5705
deyej@mail.nih.gov