Medical Residency Program
The residency program in the Department of Radiation Oncology is one of many Indiana University School of Medicine residency programs. The Radiation Oncology residency program is a four year program following a one year internship in a clinical specialty, as required by the American Board of Radiology (PGY2 through PGY5).
May 2012 - Dr. Mark Langer, Director of the Radiation Oncology Medical Residency Program (center) is joined by residents for a quick photo before their participation in the annual mock oral exams.
The residency program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The Department of Radiation Oncology treats patients requiring radiation who are seen at Indiana University Hospital, James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children, Wishard Memorial Hospital, and the Richard L. Roudebush VA Hospital. In addition, outpatients from throughout the tri-state area (Indiana, Illinois and Ohio) are referred by their primary care physicians or other oncology professional.
Treatment modalities in the Department of Radiation Oncology include IMRT, IGRT, total body skin irradiation for treatment of mycosis fungoides, total body irradiation for bone marrow transplantation, high dose-rate and low dose-rate remote afterloading, three dimensional/ conformal therapy, and a broad spectrum of permanent and removable brachytherapy procedures, including prostate seed implants. For appropriate patients, state-of-the-art clinical trial participation is offered utilizing national or, in some cases, institutional protocols. The department is at the forefront of medical technology, providing a unique and rewarding educational experience for its resident staff. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing superior educational training for residents in Radiation OncologyIf you are considering a career in medicine, the AAMC can help. Visit them at https://www.aamc.org/