ADROP's mission is to advance the quality of residency training and education in radiation oncology by developing resources that may be useful in advancing residency training, monitoring the activities and interacting with the ACGME/Residency Review Committee in Radiation Oncology, and disseminating and sharing this information with radiation oncology residency program directors.


Participation in ADROP is limited to individuals who are ASTRO members in the United States and Canada, who are certified in radiation oncology, therapeutic radiology or radiology by the American Board of Radiology (or an equivalent certifying board), and who are either:

  1. Program directors of resident training programs in radiation oncology in accredited medical schools; or
  2. Program directors of resident training programs in radiation oncology in non-medical school affiliated programs with approved residencies in radiation oncology.

Become a Member

If you meet the participation requirements above and wish to become a member of ADROP, please contact Nicki Froats.

Program Coordinators

ADROP supports and encourages membership in the Association of Radiation Oncology Program Coordinators (AROPC), which is an organization established as an educational resource and a support network for persons in the position of coordinating radiation oncology residency programs.

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