How to Apply
The UofT Medical Physics Residency Program will accept approximately 4-6 trainees each year with trainees placed at one of the five training sites:
- Carlo Fidani Regional Cancer Centre in Mississauga
- Princess Margaret Cancer Centre (PM) in downtown Toronto
- R. S. McLaughlin Durham Cancer Centre in Oshawa
- Stronach Regional Cancer Centre in Newmarket
- Sunnybrook-Odette Cancer Centre (OCC) in north Toronto
This 2-year clinical training program begins at the beginning of January or September each year.
Residents will be employees of their training site throughout residency, and must complete local hiring procedures. They are also expected to maintain registration at University of Toronto throughout residency.
The University of Toronto Medical Physics Residency Program is seeking to fill residency positions for the two-year program, starting in September 2023. There are positions open at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre at University Health Network in Toronto, ON and Odette Cancer Centre at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, ON. The deadline for applications is January 6, 2023.
Applications must include:
- Completed Application Checklist (please download checklist here)
- A cover letter that describes the candidate's background and motivation for applying to the program
- A detailed, current CV
- Unofficial university transcripts from undergraduate and graduate schools (with the understanding that the Program may request the official transcripts at any time)
- Reference letters submitted directly from 2 of the 3 listed professional references
Application materials should be sent by email to Tanya.Webb@utoronto.ca.
Mailing address if needed:
Department of Radiation Oncology
University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine
149 College Street, Room 504
Toronto, ON M5T 1P5
The preferred qualification for entry to the residency program is a Ph.D. in medical physics from a CAMPEP accredited graduate program. The minimum requirement is a M.Sc. in medical physics (thesis-based) from a CAMPEP accredited graduate program.
Applicants with a PhD from a non-CAMPEP program may be considered if they have satisfactorily completed all 6 courses (Radiological physics and dosimetry; Radiation protection and safety; Fundamentals of medical imaging; Radiobiology; Medical anatomy and physiologic processes; Radiation therapy physics) equivalent to those in a CAMPEP-accredited certificate program, as determined by the CAMPEP Graduate Education Program Review Committee (GEPRC).
Any courses being considered to meet the eligibility criteria must be listed on an official university transcript. Please note – applicants must defend their thesis before the start of the Medical Physics Program.
The candidate must be eligible to work in Canada. A Canadian birth certificate or permanent residency card is required. The program is currently not sponsoring any work or student permits. International applicants are also required to satisfy the English Proficiency Requirement stipulated by University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies.