About the Program
Program Directors: Renee Butler, MS, DABR (Imaging Physics) and Kyle Woods, MS, DABR (Radiation Oncology Physics)
Given that CAMP has a large team of board-certified physicists supporting radiation oncology, diagnostic medical imaging, and nuclear medicine services, our team has the expertise and extensive clinical coverage to offer a wide-breadth of experience and opportunity to support the continued education of medical physicists in preparation for board certification. The CAMP Residency team will support one (1) new resident per year for a two (2) year residency program, alternating admissions between therapy and imaging residents.
- Radiation Oncology Physics Residency Program: 11 ABR-certified Radiation Oncology Physicists and 4 board certified Medical Dosimetrists
- Imaging Physics Residency Program: 8 ABR-certified Imaging Physicists (3 resident faculty are dual-boarded in Imaging and Nuclear Medicine)
- 2 board-certified Health Physicists
- 3 Administrative Support Staff
- CAMP provides Radiation Oncology Physics support to five cancer centers in Colorado and two cancer centers in New Mexico. CAMP also supports one Veterinary Radiation Oncology center in Colorado.
- CAMP provides Diagnostic Physics and Nuclear Medicine Physics support to multiple healthcare systems, independent hospitals, and outpatient imaging centers across Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming and Montana.
CAMP will accept one resident per year on a competitive basis, alternating admissions between therapy and imaging residents (first resident will be a therapy resident in 2024). Only applicants with a MS or PhD in medical physics from a CAMPEP accredited program will be considered for admission. Applicants who have NOT graduated from a CAMPEP-accredited program with a Masters or Doctoral degree in Medical Physics or have not obtained a Certificate from a CAMPEP accredited program will not be considered for admission to the program.
Each applicant shall submit the following information to the appropriate program director; incomplete applications will not be reviewed by the steering committee. Please use the CAMP Medical Physics Residency Application and submit the following information to email@example.com:
- Person information (name, address, contact information)
- ABR certification status
- Disclosure of criminal behavior, academic violations, and/or licensure actions
- Employment history
- Military service history (if applicable)
- Education (undergraduate and graduate)
- Names of 3 references (including one from current advisor or department head)
- Personal statement in lieu of a cover letter: (max 300 words) indicating why you want to go into medical physics and anything else you want to communicate to the application reviewers
- Uploaded CV, including awards, publications and presentations
- Transcripts and a copy of TOEFL results
CAMP may opt (in the future) to participate in the Medical Physics Residency Application Program (MP-RAP) administered through the American Association of Physicists in Medicine once the CAMP Residency Programs (Radiation Oncology and Imaging Physics) achieve CAMPEP-Accreditation. For years that CAMP utilizes MP-RAP, the announcement of the open residency position is typically made in October of the year prior to the start of residency (residents will start the 2-year program annually in July).
You may contact the program director for questions:
Diagnostic Imaging: Renee Butler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Radiation Oncology: Kyle Woods (email@example.com)
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* Radiation Oncology Physics submitted the CAMPEP Self-Study application in 1Q-2024 and will seek applicants upon approval of CAMPEP Residency accreditation.
* Imaging Physics residency CAMPEP Self-Study application will be submitted in 1Q-2024 for potential resident applicates/admission for 2025.
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