Courses Offered

​​​​​​​The Department of Radiation-Oncology offers clinical post graduate training including: residency training in Radiation oncology (RADO 288), Fellowship-advanced training in radiation and general oncology (RADO 289) and Medical Physics residency training in Radiation oncology (RADO 295).


The Radiation-Oncology residency training is open to interns after graduation and one year internship, the program extends over four years with short elective rotations in pathology, medical oncology, radiology, pediatric oncology and research. The Fellowship-Advanced training in Radiation and General Oncology is open to residents in Radiation Oncology for advanced training in radiation and general oncology. The Medical Physics program is open to medical physics graduates and it extends over two years and includes didactic as well as clinical training.