Applicants must apply through the Medical Physics Residency Application Program (MP-RAP) and register with the Medical Physics Residency Matching Program (MedPhys Match). Application criteria and eligibility can be found under our MP-RAP posting. All applications will be considered by an admission committee. The applicants will be evaluated initially based on the submitted application material. The top ranking candidates will be invited for an on-site interview. Following the on-site interview, a rank list will be prepared and submitted to the MedPhys Match for matching.
Timeline for Medical Physics Residency
Residency starts July 1st. For more details on application timelines, please visit Medical Physics Residency Application Program (MP-RAP).
The top ranking applicants will be invited to interview with Duke around January or February. The interview will be held in one day. Each interviewee will talk to the admission committee members, give a short presentation and learn more about the department. They will also get a chance to interact with current residents. Currently, all interviews are held remotely.
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