Medical Education

Please refer to the following sections on this page:

Graduate medical education

Our Radiation Oncology Residency Program encompasses a top-caliber faculty who employ state-of-the-art technologies to treat more than 1,000 patients annually, both at its primary site on the Lebanon campus and its satellite facility in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. We pride ourselves on setting the pace for cancer care in northern New England.

Medical school opportunities

Dartmouth Radiation Oncology Medical Student Rural and Diverse (RaD) Scholars Program

The mission of the RaD Scholars program is to

  • Enhance student awareness of radiation oncology as a career path
  • Increase the diversity of Radiation Oncology national physician workforce and their exposure to rural and disadvantaged communities
  • Provide students with clinical education/experience, mentorship, networking and research opportunities

RaD Scholars Benefits, Eligibility Requirements and Application Guidelines (PDF)

Medical school courses

Alan Hartford, MD, PhD, teaches a novel class at Dartmouth's Geisel School of Medicine that focuses on the impact of novels in helping physicians more effectively engage in caring for patients. This elective for 1st- and 2nd-year medical students, Science, Values and the Novel, is part of the Enrichment Opportunities program designed to expand the horizons of future physicians. Science, Values, and the Novel, presentation and course description (PDF)

Undergraduate opportunities

The Dartmouth Cancer Center is a clinical affiliate teaching site for:

Faculty continuing education and development

Faculty development toolbox: Gender equity in the academy

Faculty development toolbox: Mentorship and sponsorship

Faculty textbooks