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Joshua Marchant Accepted to Prestigious PhD Program
Congratulations to Joshua Marchant, a recent B.S. graduate from the Physics department and trainee of Dennis Parker, PhD, who has been accepted to a joint Harvard-MIT PhD program: the Health Sciences and Technology Medical Engineering Medical Physics program. He will continue his work in MRI and biophysics.