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Edward J. Hoffman Fellowship

Dr. Edward and Mrs. Carolyn Hoffman had been loyal supporters of the Physics and Biology in Medicine Graduate Program, with more than thirty-six years of dedication and friendship. Their establishment of the Edward J. Hoffman Graduate Fellowship Fund provides an enduring legacy that will continue to benefit graduate education in perpetuity.

Mrs. Hoffman's generous gift will be used to underwrite the recruitment and development of students in the field of biomedical physics. Dr. Hoffman's extraordinary talents in research and administration will be missed at UCLA but we can keep his memory and dedication to education alive through support of the fellowship.


Moses A. Greenfield Fellowship Fund

In 1960, Dr. Moses A. Greenfield founded the first Medical Physics Graduate program at UCLA as a division of the Radiological Sciences department. He has served UCLA for over fifty-five years. Dr. Greenfield established the Greenfield Fund and the Greenfield Memorial Award, given annually to an outstanding graduate student who has demonstrated outstanding promise for scientific research. Dr. Greenfield was truly an exceptional person who made tremendous contributions to our graduate program, our university, and our scientific field. The Moses A. Greenfield Memorial Fellowship continues to recognize excellence in biomedical physics research and to provide discretionary funds to assist students.


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