About the Program
Welcome to the Radiation Oncology Residency Training Program at Weill Cornell Medicine and thank you for your interest in our program.
The Radiation Oncology Residency Training Program is an ACGME-accredited program that is focused on the six ACGME Core Competencies:
- Patient Care
- Medical Knowledge
- Practice-based learning improvement systems-based practice
- Professionalism and interpersonal and communications skills
Our residency programs are designed to foster clinical and academic excellence, providing an advanced understanding of our field and its central role in cancer patient care. The Department of Radiation Oncology, with its commitment to multidisciplinary care and its shared facilities, provided an environment in which residents are exposed to the interdisciplinary management of cancer. The academic community provides a close and supportive environment where residents can learn and thrive. Our conference is a showcase of superb teaching by some of the most prominent educators and researchers in Radiation Oncology. Furthermore, our residents can interact with specialists in allied disciplines who are world-class clinical practitioners and renowned academic researchers. Upon completion of the program, physicians are ready to meet the demands of and succeed in an academic center or a private practice.
How to Apply
As part of the 2020 NRMP match, the program will offer two categorical positions for Radiation Oncology Residents. Each year, ERAS accepts applications beginning in September through late January. A diverse committee will review each completed application and will be notified via email for an interview. Please note that interviews are conducted by invitation only. Applications should be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service of the National Resident Matching Program (https://students-residents.aamc.org/applying-residency/applying-residencies-eras/ A link to the ERAS system can also be found on the NRMP website http://www.nrmp.org/applicant-registration/.
Please note, New York-Presbyterian Hospital only accepts J1 Visa and not H1B Visa
The Radiation Oncology Residency Program has successfully matched for 2020. Congratulation to:
- Lauren Mount, M.D American University of Osteopathic
- Olga Russial, D.O-Philadelphia College of Medicine
- Chris Tricario, M.D-Washington State University in St. Louis
- David Ouellett, PhD - AY 2020 (medical physics) _Stonybrook Hospital
For more information about our program, please contact:
Chavelle L. Barnett, B.S-Residency Program Coordinator; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, 212-746-3933