Research & Education

Research

The Department of Radiation Oncology is home to a wide array of Cancer research initiatives. Our faculty receive over $7 million a year in support of research in cancer treatment

Education

The academic program in Radiation Oncology includes a highly ranked residency program. Residents and research fellows participate in departmental research programs in clinical applications, radiobiology, and radiation physics. In addition, Radiation Oncology faculty teach and mentor students from the Duke School of Medicine and the Duke Medical Physics Graduate Program.

  • Radiation Oncology faculty teach and mentor students from the Duke School of Medicine and the Duke Medical Physics Graduate Program.
  • Radiation Oncology faculty receive over $7 million a year in support of research in clinical investigations, radiobiology, and radiation physics.