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rad onc & basic science research for MD/PHDs?

Discussion in 'Radiation Oncology' started by TheOwl007, Mar 10, 2007.

  1. TheOwl007

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    I am in the first year of my PhD in a MD/PhD program and interested in rad onc. What are your thoughts on my questions:

    (1) In terms of time, would a career in rad onc allow sufficient time to do basic science reasearch (specifically as compared to hem/onc and surgical oncology)?

    (2) Is a rad onc career harmonious with basic science research (again comapred to hem/onc and surgical oncology)?

    Thanks!!
     
  2. stephew

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    radonc has one of the most synergistic relationships with the basic sci. its perfect for translational. check out the holman pathway.im sure more on this board who actually do what you want to do can give you more info.
     

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