American Association of Physicists in Medicine

New England Chapter

Est. 1964

Old NEAAPM Website

2018 Newsletter [pdf]

2018 Annual Meeting of the New England AAPM [pdf]

Please Save the Date for the 2018 Annual Meeting of the New England AAPM! President Elect Dr. David Gladstone is working on putting together another great meeting program. Here are some highlights:

  • SAM credit! We are going to try again to offer 1 SAM credit. We are anticipating 4-5 hours of CAMPEP credit as well. Stay tuned!
  • Call for posters! We are putting out a call for posters to display during the coffee breaks. Any interested presenters can display their work from the ABS meeting, or anyone looking for a dry run before the AAPM Annual meeting can take advantage! Space will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. To reserve your poster space, please email me at
  • Social hour! As usual, we will be planning a social gathering after the meeting for the chance to unwind after a day of physics talk and mingle with colleagues across New England over a cold one.
    Date: June 22nd, 2018
    Location: Dartmouth College, Hanover NH

  • I hope to see you there!
    Lindsey Berkowitz, PhD
    President, New England Chapter of the AAPM


    Meeting Registration
    NEAAPM members Non-NEAAPM Members Post-Doc & Residents Students
    Until June 8,
    early registration
    $25 $45 $10 $0, Students can register early by sending email to Ileana Iftimia at
    After June 8
    and "on-site" registration




      Board Meeting
    Board Meeting

    Front row:

      Stephen Amadon, Treasurer
    Ileana Iftimia, 2018 Secretary
    Julie Hudson, 2017 Secretary
    Carla Bradford, 2017 Immediate Past President
    Jess Hiatt, Corporate Membership Chair
    Lindsey Berkowitz, 2017 President Elect

    Back row:

      Martin Fraser, Meeting Coordination Chair
    Joseph Killoran, Nomination Committee Chair
    Greg Sharp, 2017 President
    Fred Fahey, Board Representative
    David Gladstone, 2018 President Elect
    Jacek Kukluk, Computer Science Chair
    Nolan Gagne, Officer at Large