James E. Lockwood Professorship in Pediatric Proton Therapy
Established in 2011 by the James E. Lockwood Charitable Foundation to support a professorship in pediatric proton therapy at the University of Florida College of Medicine.
The foundation was created by James E. Lockwood, Jr., who devoted himself into the passion of scuba diving and archaeology. James graduated from Beloit College in 1934.
James is also a pioneer in the fields of underwater breathing technology and underwater archaeology and photography. His technological inventions and vision for exploring underwater sites allowed the field of underwater archaeology to develop advancement.
He passed away in 2003.
Other UF Proton Therapy Institute Giving Opportunities
William and Joan Mendenhall Professorship in Radiation Oncology
Humphrey’s Family Proton Therapy Prostate Cancer Research Fund
Proton Therapy Pediatric Research Fund