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Rad Onc Virtual Education Rotation (ROVER)

     ROVER 2.0: GI Panel

     Registration for this sessions ends on 9/8/2020 at 11:59 PM PST

Speed dating with the RadOnc residents

Meet and Greet Dates:

         September 21: 7am (PST)

           October 2: 5pm (PST)


14th Annual Research Retreat: November 7, 2020

The Rubinstein Research Retreat invites participants the opportunity to share major research activities and approaches with a research-focused audience. It is open to all OHSU faculty, staff and students. REGISTER HERE

Contact Jennifer Ramirez with questions

Pacific Northwest Workshop on Methods in Radiation Oncology Clinical Trials: Spring 2021

The Department of Radiation Medicine and the University of Washington's Department of Radiation Oncology are proud to host the Pacific Northwest Workshop on Methods in Radiation Oncology Clinical Trials on Spring 2021 in Seattle, WA. Registration available here.

Virtual Oncology Global Conference: next session TBD

For more information,  visit:

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We are here to improve the quality of life for everyone we encounter. We are profoundly aware of the suffering that is endured; therefore, it is our mission to consistently show that every individual is valued.

It is a privilege to serve our community. We treat our patients and our teammates with respect knowing that we all embrace the same goal of continued excellence in patient care and patient safety. The public can trust us and our actions prove that we, ourselves, are trustworthy.

We demonstrate compassion to our patients and our coworkers which creates a work culture of tolerance, teamwork, and thankfulness. We use our collective voices to make a positive difference; collaboration keeps us moving onward toward excellence.

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2020 RadOnc Research Retreat

Interested in our residency program?

Visit our Radiation Oncology Residency Program Recruitment page. You can learn about the program, the staff and the PNW. 

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Featured news

September 9, 2020

John Holland, M.D., has been awarded emeritus status by Elena Andresen, Ph.D., executive vice president and provost of OHSU. Emeritus is an honorary title for a retired faculty member which recognizes distinguished past service to the institution. Dr. Holland retired from the Department of Radiation Medicine in July 2020 after 26 years of service at OHSU. 

September 1, 2020

The Department of Radiation Medicine welcomed Blair Murphy, M.D (Pediatrics) and Eric Chang, M.D. (Palliative)  to the Department of Radiation Medicine’s team of faculty physicians in September 2020.

RADT 709RT - VIRTUAL Radiation Oncology Elective

September 1, 2020

We are please to announce that we have added a two-week elective for visiting students. We are now offering a *virtual* two-week and a *virtual* three-week elective. For more information visit

This is elective intended for students at any stage of their clinical experience who are interested in radiation oncology. 

April 7, 2020

A special THANK YOU to all our radiation therapy technologists on the front lines every day! Cancer doesn't stay home, but you should.

RadMed RTTs

Resources for Coronavirus and COVID-19 in Oregon

OHSU is working with state and local public health officials and health systems across the metro area to coordinate a regional response to the coronavirus. Find resources and guidance