Clinical Physics Residency Program

The history of accredited clinical physics residency programs has demonstrated that these programs serve as a terrific asset to the clinical physics section, the Radiation Oncology Department, and the institution as a whole.  These programs can serve multi-faceted goals:

1. Provide opportunity for clinical physics faculty to implement new clinical programs and innovations.

2. Increase the academic stature and credentials of our section, department, and cancer center.

3. Provide a greatly needed source for new highly trained medical physicists, and potential future faculty for our department.