Training Programs
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Education & Training

Our diverse training program options provide all residents and graduate students with exceptional training through a combination of classroom and clinical experiences.

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We focus on developing state-of-the-art research models that can be translated into clinical trials in which we work together with experts from different specialties to improve and refine current and future patient care. 

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Patient Care

Our physicians combine their comprehensive knowledge and skills with an interdisciplinary team approach to planning and providing precise treatment to each patient.

Stephanie Terezakis

Department Head Stephanie Terezakis, MD

The University of Minnesota Medical School's Department of Radiation Oncology educates medical students, physicians, radiation technologists, physicists, and the public regarding cancer prevention, treatment, research and advocacy. We provide residents and faculty access to a wide spectrum of opportunities to work with and assist many patients with a variety of medical problems.

Stephanie Terezakis, MD, professor and head of the University of Minnesota Medical School's Department of Radiation Oncology, was chosen for the 2020-21 ARRO Educator of the Year Award.

In the News

Kathryn Dusenbery, MD, professor and head of the Department of Radiation Oncology, shares major milestones from the last 50 years and how this Medical School department continues to study, teach and provide therapeutic solutions for patients with cancer.


The University of Minnesota Medical School’s Department of Radiation Oncology announces the appointment of Lindsey Sloan, MD, PhD, as an assistant professor starting July 31, 2020.