Certification Resources

Explore the variety of topics below that will help to support you in your transition from residency to a certified physician.


The written examination covers physics, radiobiology and clinical oncology, while the oral examination tests clinical management through case presentation.


Lists of available fellowships for radiation oncology can be found through several directories.

In-service Exam 

The purpose of the examination is to provide residents with information that is useful to them in evaluating their own progress and to provide program directors with data that is helpful in analyzing and evaluating the program.


An application for licensure as a physician or surgeon must be made with the individual state medical board.

Physics and Radiation Biology Curriculum

Radiobiology and Radiation Physics Curriculum for residents in radiation oncology

Residency Review Committee Requirements

The Residency Review Committee has provided basic guidelines for training in radiation oncology.

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