At the direction of the Coordinator Network Physics and Dosimetry and under the supervision of a Qualified Medical Physicist (QMP), the Medical Physicist A will participate in meeting the overall clinical physics needs of the Radiation Oncology Section. Specifically, the Medical Physicist A will participate in all of the technical areas including Linear Accelerator and Proton Therapy Unit QA, treatment planning needs and special treatment procedures.
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