Residency in Medical Physics
The Medical Physics Clinical Residency Program is a two-year program that emphasizes clinical excellence and professional development in radiation oncology physics.
The expected activities, objectives, and assessments to be completed during the Residency Program are well-defined and are presented to incoming residents upon their arrival. Didactic courses are available to residents but the majority of time is spent in “hands-on” clinical rotations.
Residents are expected to become an integral part of the Department of Radiation Oncology, performing clinical duties while interacting closely with the entire faculty and staff in a collegial manner.