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Class of 2020: Dima Soultan

Class of 2019: Amy Brito Delgado

Class of 2018: Henry Kleiner

Class of 2017: Yucel Altundal

Class of 2016: Tyler Howlin

Class of 2015: Samah Ferjani

Class of 2014: Morgan Regan

Class of 2012: Sarah Cutsinger

Class of 2011: Chris Campen

Class of 2010: Scott Sample

Why KU?

Henry Kleiner (Class of 2018)


My experience at the University Kansas Health System medical physics residency program was great. What attracted me to this program was the range of treatment modalities and technologies available for the resident to learn. Another great thing about the program is the staff. The residency program gives you the opportunity to learn from many different people. The staff was so knowledgeable and friendly. Getting hands-on experience as a resident allowed me to flourish as a medical physicist. Another benefit is the low cost of living. Kansas City has a lot to offer. I highly recommend applying to this program.

Morgan Regan (Class of 2014)


Deciding to complete my residency in Medical Physics through the KU Medical Center has become one of the best and most important decisions of my life. During my two years there I was able to rotate through 5 different cancer centers, providing me knowledge and exposure to a wide range of technologies and treatments. Residency can be a daunting task, but the Radiation Oncology staff at KU was with me every step of the way. I felt like I always had the resources and support I needed to excel in the clinic. That exposure and dedication from my peers and advisors is what has allowed me to succeed in my career as a Medical Physicist. Within 3 years of graduating from the Medical Physics program at KU, I accepted a position as a Lead Medical Physicist at a major community hospital network. I'll forever be grateful to the residency program for providing me with the tools needed to succeed in my field.

 Yucel Altundal (Class of 2017)


Choosing the University of Kansas Cancer Center for my medical physics residency was one of the best decisions I have ever made. KU has great clinics with an impressive variety of treatment modalities to train and grow as a physicist. The staff provides full support in a friendly, warm, and cooperative learning environment. I am thankful to everyone there.

Orlando Trejo (Class of 2023)


My experience at KUMC has been just as advertised on interview day. Moving to a different state was slightly overwhelming before my start. My sense of worry was immediately reduced as soon as I met my co-residents. Everyone in the program has been more than accommodating and helpful in my training. I chose KUMC because I wanted to train at a program that offers a wide variety of technologies and treatment techniques while being surrounded by kind people. I have been thrilled with my decision to join the program.

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