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About the department

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.

About the programs

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

Program name Length Location
Radiation Oncology Clinical Medical Physics Residency 3 years

Minnesota

Radiation Oncology Residency 4 years

Arizona

Florida

Minnesota

Fellowship programs

Program name Length Location
Advanced Radiation Oncology Fellowship 1 year

Minnesota

Radiation Oncology Clinical Medical Physics Proton Fellowship 1 year

Minnesota

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