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ASTRO Early Career

The ASTRO Early Career Committee (ECC) was formed in August 2022 to represent the needs of radiation oncologists and physicists who are eight years or fewer out of training. This site is designed to keep early career members apprised of the workings of the ECC and provide early career members with useful resources, information and opportunities to provide feedback. Meet your Early Career Committee members.

About Early Career Committee

The Early Career Committee will identify and work to develop resources targeted to support the unique needs of this membership cohort, represent early career needs on other ASTRO committees and create a space for peer mentorship and networking.

/Austin Sim


Austin J. Sim, MD, JD

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio
Anna Paulson


Anna Paulsson, MD

St. Joseph Health Medical Group, Petaluma, California


The Early Career Committee has three subcommittees, Education, Community-Building/Inclusion and Liaisonship, to help facilitate early career engagement. Learn more about these subcommittees.


The Early Career Committee and ARRO have assembled various resources that may be of value to early career radiation oncologists. Just added! onDemand recording of the ASTRO 2023 Early Career Education Session.

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Learn more about upcoming meetings and events of relevance to early career radiation oncologists.

Early Career Suggestion Form

The Early Career Committee wants to hear from you. Please provide suggestions/comments about services, benefits, topics of interest, etc.

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