Medical Physics Alumna Marjan Shojaei Admitted to Residency in Radiation Oncology

Marjan Shojaei, a graduate of FAU's internationally accredited Professional Science Master in Medical Physics in the fall of 2018, is admitted to residency in radiation oncology at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Marjan was hired as an assistant medical physicist at the South Florida Proton Therapy Institute (SFPTI), prior to her graduation.

Marjan discusses her FAU experience, stating, “All the clinical training and medical physics classes at FAU made me well-prepared to start my career. I was blessed that Dr. Tim Williams gave me the opportunity to work for the South Florida Proton Therapy Institute. During two years of working under his direct supervision, I learned how to care more, think more, and achieve more. He is a great leader and physician who supports FAU students at his proton center. I believe we all are lucky to have this grand breaking proton facility with the cutting edge technology and extraordinary team in our community, at Delray Beach.”

Shojaei’s goal is to become a certified medical physicist by the American Board of Radiology and serve patients, the community, and support the next generation of medical physics students to achieve their goals. Following Marjan’s residency, she will become a fully certified medical physicist, Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology (DABR).