Year Objective Rotation Months
1 (PGY-2) Building a solid clinical foundation in basic oncological principles and radiation treatment techniques Orientation 1
Clinical rotations 11
2 (PGY-3) Proficiency in special techniques and integration of oncologic knowledge using evidence-based practice Physics and Brachytherapy 2
Clinical rotations 10
3 (PGY-4) Advancing the practice of radiation oncology through clinical, translation or basic science research Research 10-12
Clinical pursuits in areas of personal interest Electives
A focus on advanced clinical Care of oncology patients Clinical rotations 0-2
4 (PGY-5) A focus on advanced clinical care of oncology patients Clinical rotations 12

*Holman pathway available for appropriate candidates

In the clinic:


Mentor: Apprentice Model
Assigned Primary & Secondary Attending Physician

In the classroom:


Clinical Oncology Rotation
Radiation Physics
Radiobiology

Supplemental:


Multi-disciplinary Tumor Board
Morbidity Morality Conference
Chart Rounds
Cancer Center Grand Rounds
Journal Club
Case Conferences
Mock Oral Board
In-service Exam Review
Select regional, national, and international conference

Raju Raval, MD, DPhil

Residency Program Director


Raju Raval

 

Dr. Raval focuses on radiation oncology with a specialization in treating patients with genitourinary cancers and primary central nervous system lymphoma.

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Contact Us

For more Information regarding our Residency Programs:

 

Education Manager
Meg Decker
614-293-3255
Megan.Decker@osumc.edu


The James Cancer Hospital
460 W. 10th Ave
Second Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43210