Radiation Oncology

Training the Leaders of Tomorrow

We strive to train world class radiation oncologists and future leaders. Hear from our residents and faculty about the comprehensive breadth and depth of training in the Emory Radiation Oncology Program.

Group of radiation oncology physician residents

About our Program

Our residency program for physicians follows completion of a one-year internship in Internal Medicine. The program prepares residents for certifying radiation oncology examinations given by the American Board of Radiology. Residents master treatment procedures from faculty members at six clinical institutions.

The program, within Emory University School of Medicine, has access to the facilities and patient bases of Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, an NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center, and Emory Healthcare, Georgia's largest health care system, including Emory Proton Therapy Center. Residents also train at two affiliated locations, Grady Memorial Hospital and Atlanta VA Medical Center.

Portrait of Jolinta Lin, MD.

Message from Program Director

Welcome! The universe of cancer care is rapidly changing. At Emory’s Winship Cancer Institute, we train radiation oncologists who aim to join the movement and lead the way forward through excellent clinical care, innovative research, and lifelong learning. Here you will learn why Emory Radiation Oncology is a great place to train.

~ Jolinta Lin, MD, Physician Residency Director

By the numbers

$6.7 million Research

Our department ranks second in annual NIH research funding among all university based radiation oncology programs.

73,000+ Clinical Care

The number of radiation treatments delivered annually at our six teaching facilities.

70 Alumni

A large physician residency alumni network leading both private and academic practices nationwide.

55 Faculty

Our internationally recognized teaching faculty provide comprehensive clinical care and lead groundbreaking clinical and basic research.