Supported by the Departments of Radiology and Radiation Oncology, the Biomedical Physics PhD program seeks to train students in research focused on technology translatable to clinical medicine, including radiation therapy, image-guided therapy, diagnostic, interventional, and molecular imaging, and other forms of disease detection and characterization with molecular diagnostics. Research may be conducted in the Medical Physics Division of Radiation Oncology, any of the Radiology Research Divisions (RSL, MIPS, Canary, IBIIS, and PHIND), laboratories of affiliated faculty, or, by arrangement, another Stanford faculty. Explore research conducted the Radiation Oncology and Radiology divisions with the links on the right, or search by individual faculty.