The Department of Radiation Medicine offers an array of education and training opportunities. We offer opportunities for students to learn about the cutting edge of radiation technologies used in treating patients with various illnesses, in this rapidly growing field within medicine. We are currently host two residency programs (radiation oncology and medical physics), a medical physics graduate program, and participate in the medical student clerkship.
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The Radiation Medicine Student Interest Group (RMSIG) is organized by students and faculty to provide information about the field of radiation medicine. The specific aims of RMSIG include, providing early and intimate exposure to this rapidly developing field within medicine, providing opportunities for student research, and developing strong mentorship from practicing doctors.
The RMSIG is open to all students, who desire to learn how cutting edge radiation-modalities are used to treat patients including high school students, undergraduate students, and graduate students.
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John M. Holland, M.D. has been appointed to Vice Chairman of Education in the Department of Radiation Medicine. Learn more about Dr. Holland's appointment
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