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MC2 Award

KAMPiNA MC2 research award was named after the late Dr. Myung Chun Choi and was initiated in 2011 to honor his contribution and efforts toward the establishment of the association of Korean medical physicists in North America and pioneering work in Medical Physics.

Dr. Myung Chun Choi Education and Employment History


  • Univ. of Virginia, Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering (1985)

  • Univ. of Wisconsin, M.S. in Medical Physics (1976)

  • Univ. of Kansas, M.S. in Radiation Biophysics (1969)

  • Inha Institute of Technology, B.S. in Nuclear Engineering (1964)


  • Korean Army (ROKA), Field Artillery (1961-1962)


  • Independent Consulting physicist (1998-2006)

  • Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Chief Radiation Physicist & Associate Professor (1991-1998)

  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Assistant Professor (1985-1991)

  • Fresno Community Hospital, Radiation Physicist (1985)

  • Univ. of Virginia, Radiological Physicist (1979-1984)

  • Washington Univ., Clinical Physicist (1976-1979)

  • Univ. of Wisconsin, Project/Research Assistant (1974-1976)

  • Univ. of Michigan, Instructor (1971-1974)

  • Argonne National Laboratory, Resident Associate (1970)

  • Wayne State Univ., Health Physicist (1969-1971)

  • Univ. of Kansas, Graduate Assistant (1967-1969)

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