Therapeutic Radiology (TR), Diagnostic Radiology (DX), Nuclear Medicine (NM)
Medical Physics: Radiation Oncology
The Medical Physics Residency Program in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Augusta University is inviting applications for the academic year beginning 7/1/2019. The objective the Medical Physics Residency Program at Augusta University (AU) is to educate and train physicists at a competency level sufficient to practice radiation oncology physics independently and prepare the graduate for certification in the specialty of Therapeutic Radiological Physics by the American Board of Radiology.
The CAMPEP accredited residency program at Augusta University is based on the guidelines and recommendations set forth by AAPM and CAMPEP. The clinical residency program provides two years of full-time clinical training. Candidates are required to have a Ph.D. or M.Sc. in physics, medical physics, engineering or a closely related field. Applicants must participate in the AAPM Match Program-(https://natmatch.com/medphys/) and must apply through the AAPM Medical Physics Residency Application Program (MP-RAP) at http://www.aapm.org/mprap/. Any additional questions regarding the program may be emailed to the residency program director, Dr. Ahmad A-Basheer, at email@example.com. The deadline for submissions is December 1st, 2018. Augusta University is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action, and Equal Access Employer. Augusta University has a strong interest in promoting diversity in its faculty and women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
About Augusta University
The Medical Physics Residency Program in the Department of Radiatoin Oncology is located at Augusta University in Augusta, GA.
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