Dr. Sarah Geneser Awarded as One of the Early Career Medical Physicist Scholars
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Geneser has been chosen to receive an Early Career Medical Physicist Scholarship Award by the Winter Institute in Medical Physics for her promising achievements in the field of radiation oncology physics. The Winter Institute of Medical Physics is a national professional meeting for researchers and professionals in the medical physics field. Each year, 7 early [mid] career medical physicists are chosen among many applicants to receive the awards. Participants presented their projects in a wide range of scientific, educational, and professional topics in the field of medical physics. Dr. Geneser presented her clinical research at the University of Washington at the Winter Institute of Medical Physics 40th Anniversary Meeting.
Dr. Geneser is an Assistant Professor and Medical Physicist in the Department of Radiation Oncology in the University of Washington School of Medicine. She is an expert in inter-and-intra-fraction motion, treatment planning, and optimization. To learn more about Dr. Geneser’s clinical work, research, and publications, please click here.
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Geneser on her recent Early Career Medical Physicist Scholarship Award!