Combined Radiation Oncology Residency and M.S.

The three-year veterinary radiation oncology residency program trains veterinarians to become radiation oncologists and includes a Master of Science in radiological health sciences.

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Work, teach, and learn in state-of-the-art facilities, with access to modern diagnostic and treatment technology and equipment.

Flint Animal Cancer Center learn more
Veterinary Teaching Hospital learn more

Training and Experience

The veterinary radiation oncology residency program includes didactic training in radiation biology, radiation physics, cancer biology, and radiographic image interpretation, plus clinical training in radiation oncology and treatment planning.

Application Information and Deadlines

To apply, contact Susan LaRue at

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Have questions about the veterinary radiation oncology residency program, minimum requirements, application process, or compensation and benefits? Fill out the contact form to get in touch with our program staff.

Compensation and Benefits

Residents receive a stipend and full tuition coverage. For more information about Colorado State University employee benefits, visit the Human Resources website.

Benefits Information

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