Educational Resources

Further your education by joining faculty leaders and your peers in the monthly Journal Club Webinar, reviewing case vignettes or learning more about scholarship opportunities.


ARROCase is a peer-reviewed publicly accessible educational database for residents in radiation oncology. ARROCase aims to highlight key aspects of radiotherapy for different disease sites through sample cases.

Radiobiology Lectures

The following lecture series is provided courtesy of William Mcbride PhD, DSc, a professor in the department of radiation oncology at the University of California, Los Angeles. The lectures cover core topics in radiobiology that are fundamental to residents in training.


The ARRO Academic and Business Curriculum for Residents in Radiation Oncology is a series of lectures intended to supplement less commonly covered, practical topics that may be relevant to radiation oncology residents. Each year different topics will be selected from the ARRO Annual Seminar for inclusion into the curriculum.

Image Challenge

ARRO Image challenge questions use diagnostic and treatment planning images to highlight key concepts in radiation oncology.

ARRO del Regato Webinars

Further your education by joining faculty leaders and your peers with the del Regato Resident Webinars. These webinars are made possible through an educational partnership with ASTRO and the Radiation Oncology Institute (ROI) Juan A. del Regato Fund.

Stay tuned for upcoming live webinars!

Radiation Oncology Useful Websites and Resources

The ARRO Executive Committee with the Education and Website Subcommittees have developed a comprehensive list of websites and online resources for residents in Radiation Oncology. Peruse the list now to learn more.

American Board of Radiology Study Guides

The American Board of Radiology (ABR) released updated study guides for Physics and Radiation & Cancer Biology qualifying examinations. We've compiled their recommended references and added hyperlinks, as available, for ease of access. 

ARRO's Approach to Studying for the Qualifying Examinations 

The ARRO Executive Committee has developed our consensus recommendations for residents studying for the Physics and Radiation & Cancer Biology qualifying examinations. This is subject to change as new resources are produced.


ARRO is thrilled to introduce our newest project - ARROresources! We have developed a constantly-updating google document listing all radiation oncology resources, including clinical radiation oncology, radiation physics, radiation biology, and treatment planning. Also listed are other opportunities, including workshops, grants, awards, and more. This resource is still in its introductory phase and has lots of room to grow. We'd love any suggestions or ideas! 

Do you have any feedback? Resources you'd like to share? Ways you'd like to collaborate? Let us know by starting a discussion in the ARRO Community on ROhub or e-mailing ARRO!

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