About the Training Program
The Radiation Oncology residency training program at the UC College of Medicine and UC Health University Hospital has a long history of excellent graduate medical education, cutting-edge research and patient-centered clinical activity.
Our focus on resident education has been the foundation of this department since its inception and has continued up to the present, under the leadership of outstanding program directors: Dr. Bernard Aron (1969-1990), Dr. Kevin Redmond (1990-2006), Dr. William Barrett (2006-2008), Dr. Ruth Lavigne (2008-2012), and Dr. Bradley Huth (2012-present). This commitment to resident education has produced many influential radiation oncologists, both in the academic and private practice communities.
Our residents are provided with comprehensive training, whether they wish to purse a subspecialty fellowship, join a private practice or pursue an academic career.
Our commitment to excellence and our educational legacy offers residents an opportunity to learn in a dynamic, clinically oriented program where residents and faculty work side by side in a spirit of collegiality and teamwork at every level.
To accomplish our goals and pursue our mission, we value innovation, creativity and leadership. Our residents, given progressive and graded responsibility, are offered opportunities to develop the requisite skills to become outstanding radiation oncologists—appreciated by patients and leaders in the field.
- Fully ACGME-accredited program;
- Currently seven residents from across the nation;
- Plans to expand the resident complement in coming years, as faculty size increases;
- Currently approved to fill two residency positions per year;
- Balanced faculty for multidisciplinary care in radiation oncology, including all subspecialty areas.
Residency Training Program:
(513) 584-9089 Phone
(513) 584-4007 Fax
Brad Huth, MD
(513) 584-5668 Phone
(513) 584-4007 Fax
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