All Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) applications are reviewed by the Radiation Medicine Residency Committee. Invitations to interview with the program are sent to selected candidates in November via an online scheduling portal. Approximately 15-20 applicants are selected for personal interviews, per residency slot available. Interviews will be conducted by faculty physicians, current residents and select department staff.
To review our application requirements, visit Application Requirements
We appreciate your interest in our Radiation Oncology Residency Program. This year (2023), the program will not be recruiting for new training positions, but we have plans to recruit for two new training positions during the 2024-2025 recruitment season. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Education Coordinator.
We appreciate your interest in our Radiation Oncology Residency Program. This year (2023), the program will not be recruiting for new training positions, but we have plans to recruit for two new training positions during the 2024-2025 recruitment season. Below is a tentative schedule for virtual interviews based on our previous interview days.
Residency interviews will be held via Webex and the interview days begin promptly at 7:00am PST. Interviews are conducted with panels of two faculty physicians over a 20-minute period. Candidates may also interview with faculty physicists, department administrator, radiation therapist manager and lead dosimetrists.
The interview format will be individual rooms with faculty members and residents will rotate rooms. Interviews may be recorded.
An interview schedule with Webex room links, call-in information and technical support will be provided to you the week before your interview.
7:00 a.m. Orientation with Program Director and Interim Department Chair
8:00 a.m. Virtual Interviews with faculty and staff
1:00 p.m. BREAK
1:15 p.m. Q&A with Current Residents
Unfortunately, you may not have the chance to explore some of what Portland has to offer in-person, but here are some of the things that make Portland unique:
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Should you wish to get in touch with any residents, faculty, or the program director, please contact our Education Coordinator. Additionally, you may receive a request to complete a feedback questionnaire. Your participation in this survey is voluntary, and your responses will remain anonymous.
NRMP Program Number: 1599430A0
OHSU is committed to recruitment practices that are equitable, demonstrate our commitment to responsible stewardship of resources, and reduce negative impacts on the global environment. OHSU GME has directed all our residency and fellowship programs to utilize virtual interview practices for the upcoming recruitment season. We believe this approach will attract a diverse pool of applicants, decrease applicant financial barriers, and minimize applicant’s time away from educational and clinical activities while reducing the carbon footprint of recruitment.