Dr. Andrea Bezjak
The Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Toronto is one of the largest radiation oncology academic departments in the world. This five-year program is structured to train the academic leaders of tomorrow and is research-intensive. The program’s strength is due to its large, multi-professional faculty’s extensive academic expertise, and advanced radiation medicine technology resources.
Our residency-training program in radiation oncology currently has 20-25 trainees and is the largest program in Canada.
The program aims to attract and nurture dynamic enquiring individuals who are interested and enthusiastic about radiation oncology. Through an adaptive and responsive training program, trainees will learn about all areas of oncology and gain specific expertise within the radiation oncology field to allow them to contribute and advance the profession. Scholarly enquiry is emphasized and facilitated with active encouragement to undertake research in basic science, translational or clinical areas. With a dedicated faculty and excellent resources, we encourage and guide our residents to utilize the many and myriad learning opportunities to enable them to maximize their potential and lead the way in radiation oncology.
Clinical training occurs at: