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Radiation Oncology

Mayo Clinic radiation oncology staff positioning a patient for treatment

Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education offers exceptional radiation oncology and medical physics residencies and fellowships at Mayo Clinic's campuses in Minnesota, Arizona, and Florida.

Each year, the Department of Radiation Oncology treats more than 7,000 patients who have a wide variety of cancers. Radiation oncologists work closely with medical oncologists, surgeons, and other specialists to coordinate care. Mayo Clinic also has a proton beam therapy program and is designated as a comprehensive cancer center by the National Cancer Institute.

Candidates may apply to only one program at a time. You may apply to the same program at more than one campus, if available.

Learn more about our radiation oncology and medical physics GME training programs:

Residency programs

Fellowship programs