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Department of Radiation Oncology
The Department of Radiation Oncology is committed to fostering an environment that promotes research, collaboration, and clinical experience to educate future leaders in the field of radiation oncology.
The Harvard Medical Physics Residency Program is a three year, CAMPEP-accredited program among the Harvard teaching hospitals to train qualified candidates to learn all the didactic and practical aspects of medical physics and prepare them for the ABR board exams
The Harvard Radiation Oncology Residency faculty are guided by the belief that we must simultaneously provide both outstanding training experiences and superior patient care. Our goal is to educate the next generation of world-class clinicians, physician-scientists and leaders.
This is a one-year fellowship program designed to familiarize the trainee with the indications for, techniques of, and results from proton radiation therapy treatment. Trainees will spend approximately 6 months of the year on clinical radiation oncology services which use proton radiation therapy. Six months of the year will be spent on clinical, physics, or biology research projects related to proton radiation therapy and its use in the pediatric population.
This is a one-year fellowship program designed to familiarize the trainee with the indications for, techniques of, and results from proton radiation therapy treatment. Trainees will spend 9 - 12 months of the year on clinical radiation oncology services which use proton radiation therapy. Three months of the year may be spent on clinical, physics, or biology research projects related to proton radiation therapy.
In support of its education mission, the Department of Radiation Oncology at MGH offers visitors the opportunity to gain exposure to the wide variety of topics in radiation oncology and to observe our professional staff in practice through its Observership Program.
The Harvard Medical Physics Residency Program includes a CAMPEP-accredited Certificate Program, which enables individuals with a non-CAMPEP medical physics Ph.D. to complete all didactic requirements within the residency program.
The Radiation Oncology Department at Massachusetts General Hospital offers an extensive Radiation Therapy training program. At Mass General students interact directly with pioneers in the field of cancer research and care.
This post baccalaureate program in Medical Dosimetry is designed for candidates who hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. It is collaborative effort between Suffolk University & Partners Healthcare Hospital’s Radiation Oncology departments.
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