Physics Residency Program

MCW Physics Residents, 2017-2018

Back row L-R: Xingfeng Chen, PhD; George Noid, PhD
Front row L-R: Kristofer Kainz, PhD; Diane Schott, PhD; Sara Lim, PhD; X. Allen Li, PhD
Physics Residency Overview

Physics Residency Overview

The Medical College of Wisconsin Radiation Oncology Physics Residency Program is designed for individuals with a PhD (DSc) degree seeking training in the field of medical physics with a strong emphasis in both the academic and clinical facets of radiation oncology physics.

Xinfeng Chen

Physics Residency Training Program

The Physics Residency Program is a three-year program emphasizing both the research and clinical aspects of medical physics.

Physics QA

Physics Residency Rotations

Outline of Physics Residency rotations

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Current Clinical Equipment

Equipment used for treatment and planning in the Department of Radiation Oncology

Current Physics Residents

Meet our current Physics Residents

Past Physics Residents

Where are the Radiation Oncology Physics Residents now?

Physics Residency Application Process

Physics Residency Application Process

How to apply to the Medical Physics Residency Program

Physics Programs Contact Information

For any questions related to our Physics Residency, Physics Postdoctoral or Physics Certificate Programs, please contact:

Jessica Kotowicz
Business Operations Coordinator - Physics Section
Department of Radiation Oncology
Medical College of Wisconsin
(414) 805-4505 | (414) 805-4354 (fax)