TAMPA, Fla. – Eduardo G. Moros, Ph.D., chief of medical physics at Moffitt Cancer Center, has been elected a Fellow by the American Association of Physicists in Medicine. This honor is given to members who have distinguished themselves by their contributions in research, education or leadership in the medical physics community. The award was presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine in Anaheim, Calif. on July 13.
Moros joined Moffitt in 2011, after six years as the Director of the Division of Radiation Physics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. His career has been characterized by the development of mathematical models, devices, techniques and systems for both the laboratory and the clinic for the advancement of cancer research.
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