The Departments of Radiation Oncology and Radiation Physics are currently comprised of 10 radiation oncologists, 8 physicists, 10 dosimetrists, 2 QA assistants, and 2 physics residents. The department downtown campus and three satellites are equipped with a Varian Edge, 2 Varian 23iX linacs, 2 Varian TrueBeam linacs, an Elekta Synergy linac, 2 Accuray Tomotherapy HD units, a Nucletron HDR unit, an LDR program and a Mevion S250 proton system. Design is underway for a new facility that will house an additional TrueBeam and a ViewRay MRIdian. Treatment planning systems include Pinnacle, Tomotherapy, BrainLab iPlan, Variseed, and Nucletron Oncentra with several MIM stations and MOSAIQ for R&V. Multiple dedicated research systems from various vendors are also available. Simulation capabilities include a big-bore Brilliance Philips CT scanner, and 2 big-bore Siemens Somatom. All scanners have 4D capability. Easy access to campus-wide resources includes multiple PET/CT and MRI scanners.
Interested candidates are encouraged to send their CV electronically to:
Sanford Meeks, Ph.D., FAAPM
Director of Radiation Physics
UF Health Cancer Center- Orlando Health