Eugene A. Beck, MS, AAPM Member, Passes Away

By | September 11, 2023

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Death – Obituary News : Eugene A. Beck, MS, a member of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine since 1995, has passed away. The association offers condolences to his family.

Eugene A. Beck, MS, a distinguished member of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), has sadly passed away. The news of his demise was announced by the AAPM headquarters through a tweet on September 11, 2023.

Mr. Beck’s contributions to the field of physics and medicine have left an indelible mark on the AAPM and the wider scientific community. Joining the association on January 1, 1995, he dedicated himself to advancing the understanding and application of physics in medicine.

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Although his biography or specific accomplishments have not been detailed in the announcement, it is evident from his membership in the AAPM that Mr. Beck was highly regarded by his peers. The loss of such a respected member is undoubtedly felt deeply by the association and its members.

During his career, Mr. Beck’s work would have undoubtedly involved the application of physics principles to medical imaging, radiation therapy, and other aspects of healthcare. His expertise and dedication would have contributed to the development of technologies and techniques that improve patient care and outcomes.

In this time of grief, the AAPM extends its sincerest condolences to Mr. Beck’s family. Losing a loved one is never easy, and the association stands in support of those who knew and cherished him.

The legacy of Eugene A. Beck, MS, will live on through the impact he made within the AAPM and the scientific community. His contributions to the field of medical physics will continue to benefit patients and further the understanding of physics in medicine for years to come..

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