Jason Hudson 2011
Chemistry and physics double major
Jason Hudson has a succinct description of the campus community at Bluffton. It feels like a small group of friends, but it's a big, small group of friends, says the Troy, Ohio, native. Hudson played soccer and worked in Marbeck Center and the Technology Center during his college years. He also got to know people at the weekly chapel service and became involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Faculty a good fit
Staying with science
Update: What's Jason doing now?
"After graduating in May 2011, I started attending graduate school at the University of Toledo. Specifically, I am going to school to obtain my masters of science in biomedical sciences, concentrating in medical physics through UT's College of Medicine Graduate Programs.
Medical physicists work closely with either diagnostic radiologists or radiation oncologists. In working with radiation oncologists (my concentration), the duty of the medical physicist is to design treatment plans for cancer patients using external beam radiation therapy or brachytherapy to deliver the dose prescribed by the physician. Another major responsibility of the medical physicist is to perform the quality assurance of all radiation producing equipment within the physicist's department."
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Updated July 2012