The Department of Radiation Oncology at Stanford provides advanced educational training beyond residency in non-ACGME accredited fellowships. Stanford is well-known for excellence in the multidisciplinary treatment of head and neck cancer. Patients are evaluated in a multidisciplinary fashion, with resources from medical oncology, head and neck surgery, and speech pathology, in addition to radiation oncology, and presented at a dedicated Tumor Board for discussion and disposition. Development of and enrollment on clinical trials is highly supported.
This specialty fellowship is designed to provide clinical expertise in the management of head and neck cancers with integration of clinical, translational, and physics research opportunities. Fellows are expected to complete a head and neck radiation-related research project. Individuals seeking fellowships must meet the following criteria:
Commit for at least one year
Provide a statement of purpose that is consistent with our departmental mission, interests, and needs
Demonstrate a track record of success as evidenced by prior experience and strong letters of recommendation
Applicants must be a graduating resident from an ACGME-accredited residency in Radiation Oncology and must be able to obtain medical licensure in California by the start date. This one-year program will start July 1, 2018, however the start date is negotiable. Applicants are expected to be board-eligible in radiation oncology at the time they begin the program.
Interested candidates are invited to apply with a letter of interest, CV and three references (or reference letters) to Jessica Frank, Educational Program Manager: email@example.com
Competitive salary and benefits are available. Stanford University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.