Interviews will be conducted beginning in the fall of each year and may extend into early spring of the following year. If you wish to be considered for our program, please complete and submit an application form.
Applications must be received by November 1.
The department prefers to receive applications via the AAMC's Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Please be aware that there is an AAMC fee associated with the use of this service.
Applications may also be obtained and completed in one of the following ways:
- Print, complete and submit a department application from this website.
- Download, complete, and submit a universal application.
Please ensure you include the following documents and that they are sent to the address indicated in the application:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Medical School transcript
- USMLE score reports
- Personal Statement
- Copy of ECFMG Certificate (if applicable)
- Dean's letter
- 2 letters of recommendation
In addition, please ensure that you arrange for two letters of recommendation to be submitted directly to us at the address indicated below.
Foreign nationals who are graduates of U.S. and Canadian schools must obtain a J-1 visa through ECFMG. The Indiana University School of Medicine will not accept H-1B visas. You may wish to visit the Indiana University Office of International Affairs website at http://www.international.iupui.edu.
Our residency program policies are governed by requirements and rules of the School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education Office. Please see the School of Medicine site at http://www.indiana.edu/~resident/ for more information, including Handbook, Honor Code and other important items of information.”
We look forward to receiving your application. Should you have questions or need any further information, don’t hesitate to contact the Residency Program Coordinator.Evern Amos
Residency Program Coordinator
Department of Radiation Oncology
535 Barnhill Drive, RT 041
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5289