Fellowship training in brachytherapy methods with an emphasis in the clinical and surgical experience of high dose rate brachytherapy (HDR) in multiple disease sites, electronic brachytherapy, eye plaques, and clinical outcomes research.
One year appointment in the Division of Brachytherapy under the supervision of Dr. Albert Chang and Dr. Jeffrey Demanes in the Department of Radiation Oncology at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.
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Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
Personal Statement - Statement addressing why you're interested in doing a Brachytherapy Fellowship
Statement of Research - Brief Overview of your research activities and interests
Verification of Training - Residency - Letter of verification for Residency Training
Verification of Training - Internship - Letter of verification for Intern (PGY1) Training
Verification of Training - MD Degree - Provide copy of certificate from MD program.
Misc / Additional - Copy of DEA and All Medical Licenses Held