Opportunities in Entrepreneurship and Medicine with a Physics PhD

Monday, April 15th, 2019
Speaker: Rock Mackie, PhD Chief Innovation Officer, UW Health
After getting his physics PhD, Rock Mackie has gone on to develop novel radiation therapy treatment, inventing the helical tomotherapy concept. He is the founder and Chairman of TomoTherapy, a company in Madison, WI, as well as the leader of the UW Health Innovation Initiative. He will join us Monday to meet with physics graduate students to discuss careers in medical physics and physics entrepreneurship. Pizza will be provided first-come first-serve at 1pm. He will give a presentation at 1:30pm, followed by a Question and Answer session at 3pm.
Host: 
Neil Campbell, Graduate Student
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Room and Building: 
B343 Sterling Hall
Time:
1:30 pm to 4:00 pm

 

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