Our medical physics residency is a two-year clinical training program, during which residents are expected to complete a comprehensive curriculum in therapeutic medical physics and to acquire experience in clinical services. The program’s primary objective is to provide high-quality clinical training in radiation oncology. The wide variety of clinical resources, equipment, and special procedures performed here assure that the resident receives a well-rounded clinical training experience.
As a resident, you will:
- Participate in all aspects of clinical radiation oncology physics,
- Demonstrate competency in a broad range of topics through clinical performance, as well as periodic oral examination,
- Be well prepared to pass the certification examination of the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Medical Physics,
- Have the opportunity to participate in special clinical projects during the program, consisting of novel research or projects involving clinical implementation and/or development of new technology or procedures.
Residents graduate as well-rounded physicists with experience using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques. Upon completion of the program, residents will be equipped with all the tools they need to become future leaders in the field and prepare them for successful careers in a clinical, academic, or industry setting.
Welcome from the Program Director
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