Radiation Physics Residency Program
Applying to the Program
The Radiation Physics Residency program applicants must demonstrate a strong foundation in basic physics. This shall be documented by a master's or doctoral degree in medical physics, physics, engineering, mathematics or other science with physics training equivalent to a minor in physics (upper level courses in electricity and magnetism, quantum mechanics, atomic structure, statistical mechanics and mechanics).
Recruiting will begin in the last calendar quarter. Following a response, the program director will contact applicants and discuss the program, their interests and what information they might need. Subsequent to this conversation, the resident applicant will receive the following:
- Description of the program
- Material routinely provided by Scott & White Graduate School of Medicine
- An official application to be filled out
The application and supporting materials are returned to the Radiation Physics Residency Program Administrator.
Resident selection is done consistent with the Scott & White Graduate School of Medicine stated policy, i.e.:
"Programs must select from among eligible applicants on the basis of their preparedness, ability, aptitude, academic credentials, communication skills and personal qualities such as motivation and integrity."
- Admission to the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine Graduate Medical Education program is granted without regard to race, religion, sex, creed or national origin.
- All new Scott & White employees, house staff and senior medical staff are required to undergo a mandatory substance abuse test as a condition of employment.
2401 S. 31st Street
Dept. of Radiation Oncology