Radiation Oncology Medical Residency
Application Submission Requirements and Deadlines
To apply for a Radiation Oncology residency position, you must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) at www.aamc.org/eras. If you are graduating or have graduated from a U.S. Medical School, you must contact your medical school’s student affairs office or other designated dean’s office. Your dean’s office will provide you with the information and the software for ERAS.
Applications submitted through ERAS must include the following:
1. A minimum of three letters of recommendation from the faculty of your choice
2. Letter from your Medical School Dean
3. Personal statement
4. Medical school transcript
5. USMLE Board scores
Applications are accepted according to NRMP guidelines. The deadline for sending applications and the required documents is November 2nd each year. After this date, no applications or documents will be accepted or reviewed.
Our program participates in the National Residency Match Program (NRMP) match. For a complete description of the matching process and important registration deadlines, please visit their website at www.nrmp.org.
Applications will be reviewed by our Faculty Selection Committee once all the requirements listed above have been received by the residency program through ERAS. Interviews are by email invitation only. Invitations to interview are sent through the ERAS post office by email to the applicant’s email address as indicated on the ERAS application. Applicants who have not met our requirements will be notified by email through the ERAS post office email system.
UC San Diego Radiation Oncology will interview selected applicants on the three dates listed below. Applicants are individually rotated through a series of interviews with the program director and full-time faculty members.
Monday, December 17
Friday, January 11
Friday, January 18
Residency Program Coordinator: Jessica Bazo
Phone: (858) 822-3403
Fax: (858) 822-6078
Terms and Conditions
Click here to review the Terms and Conditions of Appointments to UCSD Graduate Medical Education training programs. The following sample documents are also included:
For additional information, such as the House Officer Policy and Procedure Document (HOPPD) and the GME Administrative Policy and Procedure Document, please visit the website of the UCSD Office of Graduate Medical Education located at: http://meded.ucsd.edu/gme
. These two documents provide information regarding:
Institutional eligibility, selection and nondiscrimination criteria
Policies on work hours, evaluation, promotion, corrective action, and dismissal
Housestaff benefits including group health, life, dental, vision and disability programs