Explore Radiation Oncology Residency at Cedars-Sinai
Cedars-Sinai Radiation Oncology residency is a four-year program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The small size of the program allows us to provide personalized teaching by subspecialist faculty while utilizing the most advanced technology and optimizing research opportunities.
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Residency Training and Curriculum
Residents complete all clinical rotations at Cedars-Sinai except for a one-month pediatrics rotation at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Currently, residents have a flexible (at least eight-month) research block. The Holman pathway is supported.
Job Placement After Residency Training
Ensuring residents can secure ideal jobs after completing training is a priority for our program. Our graduating residents have been able to accept positions at their top-choice programs across the country.
Technology Available in the Department of Radiation Oncology
Currently, there are three treatment vaults at Cedars-Sinai (one Elekta Versa, two Varian TrueBeam), a Varian HDR Bravos afterloader and a Xoft machine.
There are a wide array of available research opportunities, spanning disciplines from clinical, physics, imaging, population, digital health, computational, translational and basic sciences. There is a basic science graduate medical education program at Cedars-Sinai that also enriches the research landscape.
U.S. News & World Report ranked Cedars-Sinai #7 in the nation in its "Best Hospitals 2020-21" analysis. The cancer program ranked #1 in California and #7 in the nation. In 2020, Cedars-Sinai also ranked 10th nationally in NIH funding among academic medical centers.
Committed to Inclusion & Diversity
Cedars-Sinai champions inclusion as a core value at every level. We are dedicated to creating and fostering a diverse academic community with education programs that reflect that commitment.