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December 2nd 2022

Weekly updates for 11/28/2022

Weekly updates for 11/28/2022

Caroline Colbert
We asked our Residents: How did you first learn about radiation oncology? Caroline Colbert is a 2024 Medical Physics Resident that joined us this year from the Physics and Biology in Medicine Program at UCLA.

Rengan Quote
Future leaders wanted.

Sylvan Grove
Autumn sunset on UW campus. Originally erected in 1861 to support the portico of the Territorial University of Washington’s first building, the four columns named: Loyalty, Industry, Faith, and Efficiency are now located in Sylvan Grove.

Resident Focus
Resident Focus: UW Radiation Oncology’s Dr. Peter Zaki recently presented two posters at ASTRO Annual Meeting 2022 on research that utilizes policy and technology to improve patient safety and quality of care.

Faculty Focus
Faculty Focus: UW Radiation Oncology’s Dr. Eric Ford’s textbook: Primer on Radiation Oncology and Physics is a unique multimedia approach to teaching rad onc fundamentals and an essential part of our resident education. More info:

Want to explore
Want to explore the PNW from the comfort of home? Cook up some popcorn and settle in to watch these films: old, new, major, minor—here’s our city, and sometimes our state, on the screen. Big Seattle Movie Guide:

UW Cyclotron
UW Radiation Oncology runs the world’s only hospital-based, 50 MeV multi-particle, variable energy cyclotron capable of delivering fast neutron therapy and supporting innovative cancer research programs. It’s neat! Take a tour:

Why UW RadOnc?
We asked our Residents: Why did you apply to the UW Radiation Oncology Residency Program?
#1 Wide variety of treatment modalities,
#2 Beautiful locale,
#3 Inspiring faculty.
Also mentioned: quality of training, 1-on-1 mentorship, class size, broad WWAMI community, and international rotation.