Welcome to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s radiation oncology residency program. With 20 residents and 18 faculty members, we are one of the largest radiation oncology training programs in the country. Our residents come from diverse educational and personal backgrounds, bringing their unique strengths to our residency.
Radiation oncologist Timothy Chan (left) and resident Sewit Teckie review treatment options.
(From left) Residents Daniel Spratt, Sarah Milgrom, and Neil Desai refer to a medical textbook in the residents’ room library.
Residents Naamit Gerber (left) and Zachary Zumsteg review patient notes.
Nurse practitioner Carol Ann Milazzo (left) and resident Kavita Dharmarajan review an inpatient’s medical record.
Brachytherapy fellow William Tong (left) and resident Michael Folkert review a spine brachytherapy case.
Resident T. Jonathan Yang reviews a case prior to seeing a patient in clinic.
As part of training in a comprehensive cancer center, residents also routinely learn from experts in surgical oncology, medical oncology, and translational medicine. A dedicated year of protected research time provides residents an opportunity to participate in scholarly clinical and/or laboratory research.
Our graduates leave this program well prepared to become leaders in radiation oncology.
We train future leaders in radiation oncology by providing a collaborative, multidisciplinary clinical and academic experience at one of the world’s premier cancer centers.
We seek to equip our graduates with the skills needed to diagnose and treat both common and rare oncological conditions; to become innovators in clinical, translational, and laboratory-based research; and to provide superior care to future patients.