Applying to the Radiation Physics Residency 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. Qualified applicants may apply to the program through the AAPM Common Application Program: http://aapm.org/cap/. Applications are expected to be complete by December 15.
Resident selection is done consistent with the Scott & White Graduate School of Medicine stated policy: "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.
Interviews are typically conducted in January with offers made in accordance to the Gentleman’s Agreement.
An email will be sent inviting you to come for an interview when your file is complete, typically in January. You may call our educational office or email the program coordinator to schedule your interview.
Personal transportation and accommodations will not be provided. Contact our office if you need assistance finding local hotels, airports or other forms of transportation. Lunch will be furnished.
Please address inquiries and applications to:
Sharon Seelson, BS
Radiation Oncology Residency
Interventional Radiology Fellowship
2401 S 31st St.
Temple, TX 76508