Richard D. Hichwa, Ph.D.
- Hardware development for nuclear detection systems, real-time control of a cyclotron, and high-power nuclear targets
- Image analysis schemes, and physiological modeling of normal and disease tissues
- Professor of Radiology and Adjunct Professor of Physics, is eligible to advise physics theses
- Students have opportunities to interact with a multidisciplinary group of scientists including radiochemists, engineers, physiologists, physicians and physicists
- Students learn how to operate the cyclotron and PET imaging instruments and have complete access to the machine shop, electronics laboratory and an extensive array of computing resources
- Medical and Biomedical Physics