Radiation Oncology Residency

Program Director: Dr. Andrea Bezjak

The Radiation Medicine Program (RMP) at Princess Margaret is a major academic training site for the University of Toronto Department of Radiation Oncology Residency Training Program. RMP provides clinical training to University of Toronto residents in Radiation Oncology from PGY 1 to 5 as well as research opportunities. RMP also hosts visiting residents on electives from other University of Toronto residency programs and external programs. Residents interested in applying for an elective placement or students wishing more information on training as a Resident in Radiation Oncology at the University of Toronto are asked to contact Catherine Wong for more information.

Contact:
Catherine Wong
Phone: 416 978 3223
Email: catherinek.wong@utoronto.ca

 

About the Radiation Oncology Residency

The Radiation Oncology Residency at the University of Toronto is one of the largest and most successful of its kind in North America. Many RMP academic faculty provide educational leadership, research opportunities and teaching in the formal academic curriculum that spans the five years.

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Radiation Oncology Physics Residency

Program Director: Dr. Andrea McNiven

Affiliated with the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Toronto, the Radiation Medicine Program (RMP) at Princess Margaret offers residents an outstanding clinical experience. The RMP offers a wide range of clinical placements within its research and clinical programs. Residents learn to recognize, understand and address scientific, clinical and technical problems by working directly with experienced radiation oncologists, radiation therapists and medical physicists.

Contact:
Tanya Webb
Phone: 416 946 0936
Email: tanya.webb@utoronto.ca 

 

About the Radiation Oncology Physics Residency

The Radiation Oncology Physics Residency is an intensive 2-year practical training program that prepares students to become leaders in medical physics. Through clinical rotations, a research project in clinical physics and didactic components, students are equipped with fundamental knowledge of the disciplines of radiation oncology and radiation therapy. The program is accredited by CAMPEP.

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