The Radiation Oncology Department is a participant in ERAS (Electronic Residency Application System) and will soon be accepting applications through this system for the upcoming academic year. Because of the large volume of applicants, we will not be able to interview all that apply. You must submit a complete application to be considered for an interview.
Here in the Department of Radiation Oncology, we seek to recruit outstanding individuals, who are enthusiastic, hard working, and possess a sound fund of basic science and clinical knowledge. We consider our residents to be an asset to this department and we take pride in their training and education. Prior graduates of this program have performed successfully on both written and oral examinations of the American Board of Radiology and have gone on to obtain desirable academic positions and private practice opportunities throughout the country.
In summary, we feel that the rich clinical and academic reserve at Rush University Medical Center allows excellent standards of education at our center. It is our goal to train our residents to become excellent Radiation Oncologists.
- Dean's letter
- Medical school transcripts
- USMLE Scores, minimum step 1 score of 225
- Three (3) letters of recommendation
- ECFMG Certification (foreign medical school graduates)