Medical Physics Adaptive Radiotherapy (MPART) Fellowship
The Medical Physics Adaptive Radiotherapy (MPART) Fellowship is a two-year education program offering clinical and research training to the next generation of post-graduate radiation therapy physicists to create and deliver personalized radiotherapy plans using advanced technologies in radiation oncology. Fellows go through modularized clinical rotations focusing on CBCT-guided ART (Ethos), MRI-based RT and ART (Unity), as well as PET-guided RT and ART (RefleXion). The fellow is also expected to lead ART-related research projects with the above-mentioned modalities and treatment strategies. After two years, the fellows will be experts in adaptive radiotherapy (ART) and stereotactic radiotherapy (SBRT), and understand treatment indications, planning techniques and delivery methods on all of our adaptive machines.
Led by Bin Cai, Ph.D., and overseen by MPART steering committee, the MPART Fellowship is administratively part of the Department of Radiation Oncology. Our teams are committed to learning and superior patient care, and we consistently attract top-achieving applicants who share those same principles. We hope you’ll consider our program.