The Radiation Oncology Residency at Wake Forest School of Medicine is an accredited four-year residency training program by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and accepts seven fellows per year.

Program Goals

  • Educate and train physicians to become competent and skillful in the practice of radiation oncology
  • Mentor residents in the delivery of compassionate and up-to-date cancer treatments patients in our multidisciplinary environment
  • Strive to involve residents in research endeavors to improve clinical and quality of life outcomes for cancer patients
  • Nurture and prepare the next generation of thoughtful leaders in the radiation oncology specialty

Virtual Tour

Depending on your rotation, you may train at facilities across our system. Explore below a few of the spaces where residents of this program spend a lot of their time. Navigate the drop-down to switch rooms and use your mouse (or finger for touch screens) to rotate around the room.

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