Rad-Onc PGY-2 Vacancy, California

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    Radiation Oncology PGY-2 Vacancy, CA
    University of California (Davis) Health System Program
    Check if this opening is still available:
    University of California Davis
    4501 X. St
    Suite G140
    Sacramento, CA 95817

    Program Director:
    Janice Ryu, MD
    (916) 734-8251 *

    Program Coordinator:
    Megan Rott
    [email protected] *
    (916) 734-7888 *

    The Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of California, Davis
    has a PGY-2 opening beginning July 2009. This is a fully-accredited 4-year
    ACGME residency program affiliated with an NCI-designed cancer center
    located in beautiful Sacramento, California. The department is equipped
    with 3 linear accelerators, including a Tomotherapy unit, and is a leader
    in IGRT/IMRT technology. An active gamma knife and brachytherapy program exists, as well as a growing SBRT practice. Opportunities for clinical, physics, and biology research exist for the motivated individual.
    Qualified candidates will have completed at least one year of post-graduate
    training, in good standing, in any approved ACGME program. Interested
    applicants should send a CV, USMLE or COMLEX transcript, medical school
    transcript, Dean’s letter and three letters of recommendation to
    [email protected] or to Allen Chen, M.D., c/o Megan Rott,
    Residency Coordinator, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of
    California, Davis Cancer Center, 4501 X Street, Suite G140, Sacramento, CA


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    Best Regards,
    Michael Kulon, MD

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