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2016 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Diversity and Inclusion in Medical Physics


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Increasing Access to Medical Physics Education and Research Excellence (AMPERE)
Wilfred Ngwa, PhD Harvard Medical School
wngwa@lroc.harvard.edu


Handout(s): 115-32163-387514-118920.pdf
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Welcome - Bruce Curran, MEng Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center
Definition of D&I/AAPM Efforts (Stephen Avery/Will Ngwa) - Stephen Avery, PhD University of Pennsylvania
Watching →Increasing Access to Medical Physics Education and Research Excellence (AMPERE) - Wilfred Ngwa, PhD Harvard Medical School
D&I in Physics - Philip Hammer, American Institute of Physics
D&I in NIH - Funding/Research - Debra Chew, National Institute of Health
D&I in Global Health - Twalib Ngoma, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences
D&I in Global Health - Rodolfo Alfonso-Laguardia, Cuba
Pathway to Developing D&I Program at AAPM - Eve Higginbotham, Perelman School of Medicine
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