University of Maryland Department of Radiation Oncology
The Dr. Nancy K. Welker Fellowship in Advanced Radiation Modalities
The University of Maryland Department of Radiation Oncology is offering a 1-year clinical fellowship as a unique educational opportunity for the acquisition of practical expertise in advanced radiation modalities. This is a non-ACGME fellowship, and the candidate selected will be given a faculty appointment as an Instructor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
The fellowship is designed to develop professional competence in the care of patients undergoing radiation therapy, with a special focus on enhancing technical skills in advanced radiation modalities. These include proton treatment at our state-of-the-art Maryland Proton Treatment Center (MPTC), deep and external thermal therapy, and training in the use of the University of Maryland–developed GammaPod™ stereotactic radiation therapy system for early-stage breast cancer. Experience in additional advanced radiation modalities may be included.
The fellowship program emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach to the radiation treatment of disease, and the fellow will attend multidisciplinary clinics and tumor boards. Clinical time will be spent mostly at MPTC and in other practice sites as part of their training experience. Although the focus of the fellowship is clinical, the fellow will have opportunities to participate in our robust research program, inclusive of national cooperative trials, investigator-initiated studies, as well as basic and translational research.
This 1-year program will begin on July 2020 and ends in June 2021.
Interested candidates are invited to apply with a letter of interest, CV, and 3 references (or letters of reference) to Frank Young, Administrator, at email@example.com.
Competitive salary and benefits. The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age or any characteristic protected by law or policy.
Applicants must be graduating residents from an ACGME-accredited residency in radiation oncology.
Applicants are expected to be board-eligible in radiation oncology at the time they begin the fellowship.
Exceptional international applicants who have completed a radiation oncology residency may be considered, depending on certification, and/or licensing status.
Candidates for this position must be legally authorized to work without an employer sponsored visa. The Fellow must obtain a Maryland Physician license and Maryland Controlled and Dangerous Substance license by the start of the fellowship.
Internal Number: FY21 Rcrt; No FRIS needed
About Univ of MD Radiation Oncology
The School of Medicine is one of the fastest growing, top-tier biomedical research enterprises in the world -- with 43 academic departments, centers, institutes, and programs; and a faculty of more than 3,000 physicians, scientists, and allied health professionals, including members of the National Academy of Medicine, and a distinguished recipient of the Albert E. Lasker Award in Medical Research.
The School has over 2,500 students, residents, and fellows, and nearly $450 million in extramural funding, with more than half of its academic departments ranked in the top 20 among all public medical schools in the nation in research funding. As one of the seven professional schools that make up the University of Maryland, Baltimore campus, the School of Medicine has nearly 7,000 total employees.