Radiation Oncology Education
The Radiation Oncology Department is deeply committed to the education of future generations of radiation oncology professionals. The Radiation Oncology Medical Residency Program, the Medical Physics Residency Program, the Medical Physics Certificate and Postdoctoral research programs provide education and training in the principles and practice of radiation therapy and medical physics. Upon completion of training, our trainees are equipped with the skill set to acquire and maintain the knowledge base necessary to provide their patients with highest level of radio-therapeutic treatment over the course of their entire career. Medical students are given the opportunity for rotations in radiation oncology. These students are exposed to a wide array of clinical experiences that involve the multi-disciplinary management of malignancies that includes the use of state-of-the-art radiation therapy treatment modalities. The breadth of our educational offerings also includes training programs for radiation therapists through a partnership with the Radiation Therapy program at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.
Medical Residency Program
The Radiation Oncology Residency Program at MCW Affiliated Hospitals is fully certified and focuses on the principles and practice of radiation oncology.Learn More
Physics Residency Program
The 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.Learn More
Physics Postdoctoral Certificate Program
The CAMPEP-accredited Physics Postdoctoral Certificate Program is an internal program offered only to MCW Department of Radiation Oncology Postdoctoral Fellows.Learn More