The Mass General Radiation Oncology Physics Division Diversity Summer Fellowship is a 10-week summer program with the goal of introducing medical physics to undergraduate students from backgrounds that have traditionally been under-represented in medicine/science.*
Fellows will be provided with a $5,500 stipend
Fellowship experiences may be in-person or virtual depending on hospital policy and/or Fellow preference
Fellows will be matched with a Radiation Oncology Physicist Mentor for their summer fellowship experience
Fellowship can occur anytime between June 1 - September 3 through mutual agreement with mentor
About Massachusetts General Hospital Physics Division
The Department of Radiation Oncology at Massachusetts General Hospital combines clinical expertise, compassionate care, and advanced radiation therapies to deliver the safest, most effective treatments for cancer and benign tumors. The goal of the Division of Radiation Biophysics within the department is to improve clinical outcomes by leading innovative research, development, and clinical application of imaging techniques, multimodality therapies, and computational methods while providing patients with the highest level of safety, efficiency, and accuracy of their treatments.
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