Education & Training
The Harvard Medical Physics Residency Program (HMPRP) is a three-year program providing research and clinical training to educate the next generation of world-class medical physicists.
The Harvard Radiation Oncology Program (HROP) is a four-year program that provides residents with opportunities to build a strong foundation in both academic and clinical radiation therapy.
Certificate and Affiliate Training Programs
The Harvard Medical Physics Residency Program offers an accredited Certificate Program that enables eligible individuals to complete residency courses taught by Mass General, Brigham and Women’s, and Beth Israel faculty.
Medical students interested in performing a clinical rotation in radiation oncology are encouraged to apply for a visiting clerkship through the Harvard Medical School Exchange Clerkship Program.
Students pursuing a Master of Science in Medical Dosimetry (MSMD) at Suffolk University have an opportunity to gain treatment planning experience at Mass General Radiation Oncology where they will work alongside our expert dosimetrists and physicists.
The Mass General Department of Radiation Oncology is a clinical site for both Suffolk University and the University of Vermont. Radiation therapy students will gain hands-on experience working alongside our skilled Radiation Therapists.
The Mass General Radiation Oncology Observership Program offers healthcare professionals an opportunity to learn from our team of experts and gain exposure to radiation therapy.
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