Education & Training
William Sensakovic, PhD earned undergraduate degrees in Physics (B.A. with Honors) and Mathematics (B.S) and a PhD in Medical Physics from the University of Chicago in Chicago, IL. Following graduation he worked as a Post-doctoral Scholar at the University of Chicago where his research concentrated on diagnostic imaging, computer-aided detection of disease, and biomedical image processing. He accepted a position as Postdoctoral Fellow at Rush University Medical Center in the Department of Radiation Oncology and concurrently worked as Adjunct Professor at Triton College in Riverwood, IL and Lecturer in the Dept of Medical Radiation Physics at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, IL.
William is the head of physics education for the Florida Hospital Radiology Residency Program, a diagnostic medical physicist in the hospital, Assistant Professor of Medical Education at The University of Central Florida, and Clinical Assistant Professor (Medical Physics) at Florida State University.