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2016 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Post-graduate Training of the Next Generation of Academic Medical Physicists


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Building a Career in Academic Medical Physics: The Hardest and Best Job You Will Ever Have!
John Hazle, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
jhazle@mdanderson.org


Handout(s): 115-32250-394514-118378.pdf
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