Radiation Oncology Training

 

A. Short-Term Clinical Hands-on Training
This training program offers up to six (6) months of hands-on clinical practice in radiation oncology under the supervision of a licensed RPCI physician. The eligible radiation oncologists must be a licensed and practicing physician in their home country. The accepted radiation oncologist will receive medical instructions and be supervised by a licensed RPCI physician for a period not to exceed six (6) months and must enter into a written employment agreement with RPCI-OICO. This training program has a flexible start date and requires an employment based visa (H-1B), which is sponsored and processed by RPCI-OICO.

B. Long-Term Clinical Hands-on Training
This training program offers up to four (4) years of hands-on training in radiation oncology. The eligible medical oncologist must be certified by the Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) and have completed a clinical year of non-radiation oncology training in general medicine. The training program will prepare the medical oncologist to be Board eligible at the completion of the fourth year of the radiation oncology training program. During the training, the radiation medical oncologist will be appointed as Assistant Professor at RPCI on an employment based visa (H-1B), which is processed by RPCI-OICO.