The Doctoral Programme in Radiological Physics is quite unique, being the only one within the Czech Republic preparing graduates for positions in radiodiagnostics, radiotherapy, nuclear medicine, and radiobiology. The course program and topics of doctoral theses are closely related to the Master Programme in Radiological Physics, giving a more in-depth insight into special areas of radiological physics. The coursework part of the program comprises new methods in radiodiagnostics, radiotherapy and nuclear medicine, microdosimetry, radiobiology, and the use of the Monte Carlo method in radiological physics. The research part, including the doctoral examination, is completed with the submission of the dissertation.
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The course offers three disciplines of Radiological Physics for further specialization: therapy, diagnostics, and nuclear medicine, and potential for scholarly development and more in-depth insight into the problems to be solved. Graduates of this course can enter placements in medical departments, hospitals, scientific institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS), and universities, as well as in companies developing medical equipment, etc.
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- Curriculum vitae
- Notarized copy of certificate and Transcript of records
- Application fee: EUR 32
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