Radiation Oncology Physics Residency
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 research and clinical programs, that residents will have the opportunity to engage in during clinical rotations and development projects. Residents learn to recognize, understand and address scientific, clinical and technical problems by working directly with experienced medical physics, radiation oncologists, radiation therapists and other RMP staff.
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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
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