Where You'll Spend Your Time
About This Program
The Radiation Oncology Residency Program at Duke University educates physicians to be skillful in Radiation Oncology practice, providing compassionate patient care. We are committed to producing academically inclined graduates. We are committed to increasing the number of women and under-represented minorities in Radiation Oncology.
Our two integrated Residency Programs includes 13 total residents.
Traditional Residency Program (NRMP #: 1529430A0, 3 trainees per year, 12 total) trains physicians to be leaders in clinical practice and research in Radiation Oncology.
-36 months clinic
-12 months individualized, resident-driven clinical, translational, and/or laboratory based projects
Radiation Oncology Research Scholar (NRMP #: 1529430A1, 1 trainee) serves to develop independent basic/translational physician scientists.
4 year ACGME Radiation Oncology Residency via the Holman Pathway with
-27 months clinical activity
-21 months dedicated mentored scholarly time
2 year post-GME instructorship with
-4 days a week protected scholarly time
-1 day a week clinic