Effective July 1, 2017, the following funding levels are in effect for physics residents:
|1st year Physics Resident||$50,000|
|2nd year Physics Resident||$52,000|
In addition to direct compensation, physics residents are afforded benefits consistent with other hospital employees including medical and dental insurance, paid vacation and holiday benefits (3 weeks), 5 paid meeting and/or interview days in their second year, sick pay benefits, and disability insurance. The expense of these benefits varies and is shared between the physics resident and Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
Residents are funded up to $2,500, so each attends a national meeting in their second year.
The typical financial burdens of a physics resident based on actual data provided by the residents are as follows:
|Resident A||Resident B|