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The Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center is committed to providing training for new generations of physicians and scientists, and is a major teaching site for Harvard Medical School.
All staff in the Department of Radiation Oncology share this commitment and are dedicated to training future professionals in the field of radiation oncology.
The Department of Radiation Oncology welcomes medical students to visit and observe physicians in a clinical setting. Students in their third or fourth year of medical school may register for a four-week elective rotation in radiation oncology through Harvard Medical School.
Current Harvard students may register for course number RA502M.JB. Non-Harvard students interested in applying for the rotation should contact the Harvard Registrar at 617-432-1515 to find out about the Harvard Exchange Clerk Program. Learn more about the Harvard Exchange Clerk Program.
For more information, or to arrange a visit to the department, please contact the radiation oncology medical student course director, Paul Nguyen, MD, at email@example.com.
The Harvard Radiation Oncology Program is a four-year, ACGME accredited medical residency training program at Harvard Medical School, which includes three clinical years organized into three-month rotation periods at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston Children's Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Boston Medical Center, along with one research year.For more information, please contact Amanda Maidment at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Radiation Oncology hosts up to three fellows each year in clinical radiation oncology. These 12-month, full-time appointments focus on an area of sub-specialization, currently including neuro-radiation oncology, supportive and palliative radiation oncology, and brachytherapy. Fellowships are clinically-focused, and also include clinical research. Radiation oncology fellowships are intended to prepare candidates to take up sub-specialization positions in teaching institutions.
Applications are made by email to email@example.com, or in writing to:
Larissa Lee, MDDepartment of Radiation OncologyDana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center75 Francis Street, ASB1-L2Boston, MA 02115
Postdoctoral fellowships in medical physics last two-and-a-half years and consist of supervised research, medical physics education and clinical training in radiotherapy physics. Fellows generally have PhDs in physics or engineering, but no medical physics experience is necessary for entrance into the program.
Fellows have the opportunity to join faculty physicists in directed research and development projects leading to presentation of results at national and international conferences, as well as publications in scientific journals. Fellows attend didactic lectures in medical physics weekly, and seminars on current research from internal and external speakers.
For clinical radiotherapy training, they will rotate through the various clinical routines to gain practical experience. Our goal is to prepare our postdoctoral fellows to become outstanding researchers and clinical physicists.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Harvard Medical Physics Residency Program consists of a first year of supervised research and medical physics education followed by two years of formal clinical training in radiotherapy physics.
Residents generally have PhDs in physics or engineering, but no medical physics experience is necessary for entrance into the program. During the research year, fellows have the opportunity to join faculty physicists in directed research and development projects leading to presentation of results at national and international conferences, as well as publications in scientific journals.
They also attend didactic lectures in medical physics weekly, and seminars on current research from internal and external speakers. For the two subsequent years of clinical radiotherapy training, residents rotate regularly through all clinical radiation therapy routines to gain practical experience.
Our goal is to prepare our residents to become outstanding researchers and clinical medical physicists.
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