Medical Physics Residencies

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Medical Physics Residencies

Postby mpgal » Thu Nov 11, 2010 10:37 pm

Hi everyone,

Anyone out there in a medical physics residency program? I am currently applying but could use some advice on which programs are the best, how to make my application stand out, etc. Thanks! :)

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Re: Medical Physics Residencies

Postby alfradthomas » Sat Nov 27, 2010 3:20 am

priyal wrote:Hi,

I’m not talking about the holiday season. I’m talking about medical physics residency application season! Ho, ho ho! Medical physics residency programs are looking to fill positions for next year, so as a reminder to those who are currently applying, here is a round up of CAMPEP-accredited programs (in alphabetical order) currently accepting applications and their deadlines. Direct links are provided to official application information for programs that provide such information on their websites. Also, be sure to check the listing of medical physics job openings for more residency positions as they are announced.

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