International Medical Physics Week (IMPW) 2022 Monday, 9th May 2022 at 12 pm GMT [1 pm Nigerian Time]; Duration: 1 hourhttps://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_35YbwJ5iSyaEStGLGis_dA Topic:IOMP Webinar: Non-cancer effects associated with low to moderate doses radiation exposure: what we know so far from epidemiological studies Speakers:Marie-Odile Bernier & Sophie Jacob Tuesday, 10th May 2022 at 12 pm GMT [1 pm Nigerian Time]; Duration: 1 hourhttps://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pVtW-st9Qba1pxnvbcWIPQ Topic:IOMP Webinar: Computational challenges in patient dose Speakers:Choonsik Lee & Manuel Bardiès Wednesday, 11th May 2022 [ 11 am Nigerian Time] – Local (NAMP) Webinarhttps://namp.ng/2022/04/29/namp_impw_webinar/TopicInvitation to the May Edition of NAMP webinars: Machine Learning-Based Computational Magnetic Resonance Strategies for […]
Are you interested in pursuing a PhD in Medical Physics while at the same time making a difference but cannot afford to? Then this is for you! Rotary International, Ohio USA in collaboration with Rotary e-club of greater Nigeria, is providing an opportunity to make that dream come true. Please find details in the attached poster. Rotary MED Scholarship poster APPLY HERE
REGISTER HERE In commemoration of the International Medical Physics Week (IMPW), NAMP would be hosting a special webinar. Please find more details below. Organizer: Professor O.B Awojoyogbe Speaker: Dr. Michael Dada Moderator: Dr. Iyobosa Uwadiae Dr. O.M. Dada, Department of Physics, Federal University of Technology Minna, Niger State, Nigeria is an international leading expert of Computational Magnetic Resonance Imaging for medical physics applications, working in the field since 2011.Since 2018, he leads the Artificial Intelligence for medical applications in the MRI research group, Department of Physics, Federal University of Technology Minna, Nigeria. O.M. Dada has extensive expertise in teaching computational […]
You are invited to join us in our monthly webinar series. We continue the second part of our discussion on the commissioning experience of a Linear Accelerator, specifically the varian model. Our speaker is a Medical Physicist at the Marcelle Ruth Cancer Centre, Lagos, one of the newest private Radiotherapy centres in Nigeria. Please find more details below in the poster.
Do you think you could be the next scientist to change the world with your innovation like Wilhelm Roentgen who discovered X-Rays or the two-time Nobel Laureate Marie Curie who discovered radioactivity? Are you an undergraduate student and would you like to know the role of physics in medicine? The journey starts now! Apply for the 2nd medical physics harmattan school and be inspired! Theme: More application of physics in medicine. Download program brochure below Apply here 👉🏽 https://forms.gle/PiGwZUqpmoNZQBtL8 APPLICATION DEADLINE (EXTENDED): FEBRUARY 3, 2022 INSTRUCTIONS Click on the application form link. Fill and submit. Successful applicants will receive an […]
Do you think you could be the next scientist to change the world with your innovation like Wilhelm Roentgen who discovered X-Rays or the two-time Nobel Laureate Marie Curie who discovered radioactivity? Are you an undergraduate student and would you like to know the role of physics in medicine? The journey starts now! Apply for the first medical physics harmattan school and be inspired! Theme: The application of physics in medicine. Please note that this program is completely free of charge and application closes 19th of February 2021. Click here to download program brochure Click on this link to apply […]
The Secretary-General of Nigerian Association of Medical Physics, Dr. Taofeeq. A. Ige has been elected as the President of Federation of African Medical Physics Organizations following that 2017 elections that also saw Christoph J.Trauernicht (South Africa) clinching the Vice-Presidency, Francis Hasford (Ghana) elected the Secretary-General and Odette Samba (Cameroon) becoming the Treasurer. Dr Ige is succeeding Ahmed Ibn Seddik (Morocco) as the President after serving in the last administration as the Secretary-General. FAMPO will continue its progress to serve the medical physics community in Africa under the lead of those volunteers and the support of all its members and the mother organization IOMP. On […]
SOURCE: http://www.iomp.org/?q=content/e-medical-physics-world-issues-issn-2313-4712 We are approaching to the middle of the year 2017; a year which is already marked by interesting and exciting events for the International Organization for Medical Physics (IOMP). February and March were busy months for the Organization. In early February, there was a busy one week consultancy meeting at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters in which IOMP was represented by the Secretary General and the President. The objective of the meeting was to continue on the drafting of the IAEA Safety Report on Radiation Protection in Dental Radiology as well as the development of […]