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Residency Training Program

Application Process

The Department of Radiation Oncology annually matches 3 positions in Radiation Oncology which are based at Mt. Zion Medical Center and Long Hospital. The Radiation Oncology Residency is a four-year program leading to board eligibility in Radiation Oncology. We receive over 150 applications each year and offer interviews to 25-30 applicants. Interviews begin in mid December and last through the first week of February.
Applications will be accepted via ERAS only. Our application deadline is October 31.

  • Program Overview
  • Program Requirements
  • Application Process
  • Rotations
  • Additional Learning
    Experience
  • Salary & Benefits
  • Meet our Residents
  • Housestaff Manual
  • Rotation Goals and Objectives
  • Training Program Policies
  • IMPORTANT, please read: Updated UCSF  Recruitment and Selection Policy

    Sample Agreement Appointment Letter

    For specific application instructions, please visit the ERAS website:
    http://www.aamc.org/eras/

    Required application materials include:
    1. Common Application Form
    2. Personal Statement
    3. Medical School Transcripts
    4. USMLE Scores
    5. ECFMG Report (foreign medical graduates only)
    6. Three Letters of Recommendation
    7. Dean’s Letter

    Program Director: Daphne Haas-Kogan, M.D.
    Associate Professor and Educational Programs Director

    Program Manager: Miriam Gray,
    University of California, San Francisco
    Department of Radiation Oncology
    Box, 0806, 1855 Folsom Street, MCB 200
    San Francisco, CA 94103-0806
    Phone: 415-514-2345
    migray@radonc.ucsf.edu

    For additional information, please contact the Program Manager

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