Login

ABOUT

SDAMPP is a nonprofit organization whose prime objective is the advancement of education in the scientific field of medical physics. This objective is pursued through discussions, meetings, collaboration, and the shared perspectives of those in positions of leadership within academic programs of medical physics. The Society has the following missions in furtherance of this objective:

  • To promote the advancement of medical physics education worldwide;
  • To encourage coordination between academic medical physics programs;
  • To foster establishment of educational best practices in medical physics;
  • To monitor production of medical physics trainees relative to the job market;
  • To assist new academic medical physics programs in getting started;
  • To foster coordination of the graduate and residency elements of medical physics training;
  • To provide a forum for discussion among leaders of academic medical physics programs;
  • To serve as a voice for leaders of academic medical physics programs;
  • To engage leaders of academic medical physics programs around the world to provide better and more consistent medical physics training.

IMPORTANT NEWS:

PAY DUES HERE

Click here to pay your SDAMPP Dues Note that you will be redirected to the AAPM website. AAPM manages dues collection on behalf of SDAMPP.

SDAMPP BBS

Click here to gain access to the SDAMPP BBS. You will be redirected to AAPM website to login to your account to access the SDAMPP BBS. Your credentials will be same as your login info.

MedPhys Slam at 2019 AAPM Annual Meeting

The 2nd MedPhys Slam will be held at this year's annual meeting. Information including the event summary, rules, chapter responsibilities, and judging criteria can be found here.

2018 SDAMPP Annual Meeting

SDAMPP 2018 Annual Meeting Presentation

SDAMPP/AAPM Webinar:

Fall Webinar (Co-sponsored by SDAMPP/AAPM) – November 9, 2018

The Medical Physics Residency (MedPhys) Match – What You Need to Know

Available Under Meetings/Webinars

Webinar PDF

Current News Brief