Physician Residency Training Program
Radiation Oncology practice will be of the highest quality only if it is solidly based on sound clinical skills, fundamental concepts of cancer biology and radiation physics, and a thorough knowledge of the principles of cancer pathology. Our residency program includes theoretical and practical work in each of these areas. To stress the multidisciplinary nature of cancer therapy, residents work closely with our staff and with members of other departments within the Washington University School of Medicine, fostering an environment of understanding for the indications and limitations of each therapeutic modality or combination of modalities.
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