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The two-year Radiation Oncology Medical Physics Residency at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, is designed to generate real-world, hands-on experience in a structured and safe environment.

Program highlights

In this program, you will participate in 12 modules that highlight the different aspects of a practicing clinical medical physicist. These range from basic treatment planning all the way to advanced topics, such as shielding design and interacting with government agencies and vendors. Program highlights include:

  • A curriculum that transitions you from a learner to an independent medical physicist
  • The opportunity to be mentored by experienced physicists with access to state-of-the-art equipment and techniques
  • A program that offers research opportunities and funding to attend a national meeting

Completion and certification

Upon successful completion of the program, graduates receive a certificate of completion from Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences. 

Graduates are eligible to take the Therapeutic Medical Physics board exam through the American Board of Radiology (ABR).  

Accreditation information

The Radiation Oncology Medical Physics Residency at Mayo Clinic is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Educational Programs (CAMPEP).

1631 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 571-298-1239

For further details, see the accreditation information for Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences.

Program statistics

Applicants Program paused 83
Admitted/entered   1
Destination after graduation   To be updated after July 2022
Mayo Clinic campus in Jacksonville, Florida.
Campus and community

Jacksonville, FL

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