Roland, Teboh

Taboo Roland portrait

Teboh Roland

MS, Physics (2004)
Radiation Oncology Physicist, John Hopkins University Hospital

Dr. Teboh Roland works in an interdisciplinary department to provide cancer care. Teboh’s team of medical professionals applies radiation to treat over 170 cancer patients on a daily basis. They work hard to make sure each patient’s care plan is complete and carried out in a safe manner.

“Entrance into my field is very competitive and continuous success depends, to a large extent, on your physics background. Michigan Tech provided me the solid graduate foundation in physics that I needed to succeed in my medical specialty.”

While at Michigan Tech, Teboh utilized many of the support services offered by the Graduate School. As a prospective student, he received guidance and assistance during the application process and orientation, as well as direction for resource identification. As a graduate student, Teboh attended professional development seminars and collaborated with Graduate School and department staff on his thesis. The Graduate School celebrated Teboh’s successes by awarding him fellowships and verifying his commencement for potential employers. Teboh also took advantage of the Graduate School’s degree and milestone tracking services. Today, as an alumnus of Michigan Tech, Teboh continues to utilize the Graduate School services, including networking opportunities with students, faculty, staff, and alumni.