The Radiation Oncology Physics Division at Mass General is recruiting an undergraduate student from a diverse background for a 10-week medical physics fellowship program this June to August. Racial/ethnic minorities, women, LGBTQIA+ persons, and persons with disability are strongly encouraged to apply.
The selected candidate will work with a Harvard faculty Physicist on a research and development project that is designed to motivate the student to continue to pursue a career in medical physics. The student will also have opportunities to get didactic and hands-on experiences in radiation therapy. The fellowship may be hybrid, based on hospital policy and student preference. A stipend of $6,000 will be paid to the fellow in two installments.
If you have any questions about the program, please contact the Program Director, Yi Wang, PhD.
- Completed at least 2 years of undergraduate studies and have declared (or are eligible to declare) a major in physics, engineering, or other sciences
- United States (US) citizen or permanent US resident
- Have not previously participated in the AAPM DREAM Summer Fellowship
The following application materials should be submitted to
- Completed application form
- 1-page statement of interest
- Official undergraduate transcripts
- Letter of reference (optional but strongly encouraged)