The Department of Radiation Oncology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine provides an outstanding educational environment for medical students, residents, and physician-scientist trainees.
Learn more about our education offering via the links below.
- Residency Programs
Find out more about our residency programs
- Physician-Scientist Training Program
Learn about our program that facilitates the transition from residency training to a career in biomedical research
- Medical Student Education
Find information on the department’s role in the education of medical students, including our radiation oncology clerkship
Learn about the tools and devices on which we train our students and residents
Commitment to Diversity
The Department of Radiation Oncology strongly encourages applications from minority candidates who are under-represented in our specialty, including women, racial and ethnic minorities, and LGBTQ students.
Northwestern University does not discriminate or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, parental status, marital status, age, disability, citizenship, or veteran status in matters of admissions, employment, housing, or services or in the educational programs or activities it operates.
Get information about the resident experiences via the McGaw Diversity and Inclusion page.
- Resident Benefits (McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University)
Access the McGaw Housestaff Manual
Check out the many external resources on the Student Housing section of the Augusta Webster, MD, Office of Medical Education website; the Off-Campus Life housing section of the Northwestern University Division of Student Affairs has additional resources to assist you with your housing search
School of Radiation Therapy
Discover Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s 14-month training program for aspiring radiation therapists. Radiation therapists deliver ionizing radiation to targeted body parts to treat diseases, especially cancer.