2021-2022 Residency and GME update

The University of Colorado Radiation Oncology Residency Program has maintained 2 residents per match year for many years.  We love educating the next generation of oncologists and are able to provide a very robust education across all topics.  That said, we have made the difficult decision to drop to one spot in this year’s residency match.  In addition, this year’s interviews will be conducted in a virtual format, in keeping with the University of Colorado GME Policy.  Like last year, we will not participate in the post-match SOAP.   

We will be accepting a limited number of visiting medical students for the 2021-2022 academic year, pending any changes in GME COVID-19 regulations.

As always, we support a broad range of diversity in our applicants, our department, and across the University of Colorado system.  Please contact us if we can answer any questions about applications or about our department. 





Welcome to the Radiation Oncology Residency Program, located on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. Our program is a four year journey that emphasizes development into an independently practicing radiation oncologist. Our program has graduated alumni that practice in a variety of settings, from physicians scientists to busy community physicians, providing excellent patient care, novel research, and leadership across the United States.  I hope you find everything you need here to help you begin your work with us. Should you have additional questions, please feel free to reach out.

                                            - Christine M. Fisher, MD, MPH, Associate Professor and Program Director


Radiation Oncology Residents 2021-2022