Department of Oncology
School of Medicine Queen's University



The medical physics department usually accepts one new resident per year, for a two-year term.
Candidates should have a Ph.D in medical physics or equivalent. Additional graduate, undergraduate or industrial experience in physics and engineering, particularly in radiation physics, is an asset.

Graduate Students

The requirements for admission into physics graduate studies at Queen’s University are described at:
Potential students should check current admission requirements with the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy. The medical physics master's program looks for candidates with a strong acadmeic record and an undergraduate degree in physics, engineering physics or a related field; Ph.D candidates should, in addition, hold a master's degree in one of these fields.