Harvard Radiation Oncology Program
The goal of the Harvard Radiation Oncology Residency Program is to educate the next generation of world-class clinicians, physician-scientists, and leaders.
HROP Program Manager
The Harvard Radiation Oncology Program (HROP) is a caring, collaborative community of faculty, residents, and staff situated in the radiation oncology departments at the Mass General Cancer Center, Brigham and Women’s, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Boston Children’s Hospital. The training program consists of three years of clinical rotations at these member hospitals and one year dedicated to research. HROP faculty are committed to providing both outstanding training experiences and superior patient care.
Video: Harvard Radiation Oncology Program residents and faculty share
their perspectives on what makes this training program exceptional.
To apply, you will need to contact your medical school Dean’s Office to access the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). For more information about the program and application process please visit here.
Mass General has the only proton therapy site in all of New England, with two proton therapy centers.