Associate Professor
BS Union College, Schenectady NY 1990
MA State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 1993
PhD University of Massachusetts Lowell 1997
Expert Bio

Professor Medich performs experimental and computational (Monte Carlo) research in the field of applied nuclear physics with a focus on Medical and Health Physics. Medich is also director of the university's nuclear science and engineering program. In 2018, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) awarded WPI nearly $600,000 to support the university’s growing nuclear science and engineering undergraduate and graduate programs.

Media Coverage

Novel brachytherapy device treats eye cancer with intensity-modulated radiation

Physics World

Physics World detailed a paper authored by David Medich, associate professor, Physics, in the article, “Novel Brachytherapy Device Treats Eye Cancer with Intensity-Modulated Radiation.” “David Medich, an associate professor of physics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, was explaining why internal radiation, or brachytherapy, may be preferable for treating ocular melanomas over external-beam radiation therapy: using brachytherapy to deliver radiation to an ocular tumour also protects healthy tissues and critical structures, like the optic nerve and retina, from radiation-induced damage,” the article stated.

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