Physics World: Medical Physics

I subscribe to a weekly newsletter from Physics World about medical physics. This newsletter and its associated website (physicsworld.com/c/medical-physics) replace what used to be medicalphysicsweb.org. Like medicalphysicsweb, the newsletter is edited by Tami Freeman, which means the quality remains high. It’s one of the best ways to learn what’s new in medical physics.

On the website you find videos, podcasts, research updates, webinars, interviews, career advice, and job ads related to medical physics. You may find it almost as useful as hobbieroth.blogspot.com! Seriously, it has more and better content than this blog, but I suspect it has more resources behind it. In any event, both cost you the same: nothing. Sign up for an account at Physics World, then subscribe to the medical physics weekly newsletter. You won’t regret it.

Below is a sampler; some videos from Physics World that readers of Intermediate Physics for Medicine and Biology might find useful or interesting. Enjoy!

What are the benefits of proton therapy.
Reality check: Covid-19 and UV disinfection.
How neutrons can help in the Covid-19 pandemic.
The curious case of the porpoises and the wind farm.
Faces of physics: human organs on a chip.

Originally published at http://hobbieroth.blogspot.com

Professor of Physics at Oakland University and coauthor of the textbook Intermediate Physics for Medicine and Biology.