Salahuddin Ahmad, PhD recently received the degree of Fellow of the American College of Radiology, one of the highest honors that the College confers upon its members. He currently oversees the physics and technical aspects of the proton and photon therapy programs at the Stephenson Cancer Center.
Recognition as a Fellow of the American College of Radiology demonstrates a history of service to the College and the profession of radiology as a whole. The designation is only achieved by ten percent of their members.
Fellowship is awarded to diagnostic radiologists, radiation oncologists and medical physicists at the American College of Radiology’s annual meeting.
To be selected as a fellow, a candidate must demonstrate exceptional commitment and accomplishments in the field of radiology, including scientific or clinical research, contributions to literature, or outstanding service as teachers of radiology.
The American College of Radiology is the premier professional organization for radiology. It includes a variety of radiologic specialties such as diagnostic radiology, interventional radiology, radiation oncology, nuclear medicine, and medical physics.
Dr. Ahmad is currently a tenured professor of Radiation Oncology and director of Medical Physics and Medical Physics Residency at the OU College of Medicine. Additional honors include being named a Fellow of American College of Medical Physics and a Fellow of American Association of Physicists in Medicine.