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Applicants

One position each year is offered through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). All applications must be submitted through Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

All ERAS applications are reviewed and invitations to interview will be extended to those selected via e-mail. Applications received after our deadline will not be considered for an interview.

ERAS 2018 Residency Application Timeline

Applicants will complete an intern year before starting their Radiation Oncology residency. Applicants interested in completing their internship in Memphis may do so at any of UTHSC preliminary program This program interviews separately from the Radiation Oncology residency and require a separate match from the NRMP.  An interview can be arranged for interested applicants, please contact jherrima@uthsc.edu for more information.

IMG Requirements

Due to the large number of highly qualified applicants, only a small number of international medical graduates are granted interviews for the Radiation Oncology residency.

For International Medical Graduates we require:

  • You must have a valid ECFMG certificate.
  • Graduation from ACGME accredited Medical School within the last 5 years

We offer a J1 Visa only. Please do not submit an application to our program if you require an (H) visa.

Interviews

Candidate interviews are scheduled on Fridays in October and November each year.  The interview day begins at 8am and concludes around 4pm.  Each candidate will have an individualized itinerary for the day although schedules may vary slightly.

Your interview day will include:

  • Program overview
  • Research overview
  • Interviews with 4 to 5 faculty members and the program director
  • Program Q&A with current residents
  • Tour of the facilities
  • Lunch with current residents

Hotel Accommodations

Hotel accommodations are NOT provided, however, transportation from the hotel will be provided to and from campus on the day of your interview.

Meet Our Coordinator

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Janet Herriman
Oncology Coordinator   

Janet is a native Memphian, which really means she can eat pork bar-b-que morning, noon, and night. She graduated from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor’s in Communication and Journalism. After working for the Commercial Appeal newspaper for a bunch of years, and directing television news at the local FOX affiliate for even more years, she joined the GME department in 2011. She manages five programs: Hematology/Oncology, Complex Surgical Oncology, Gynecologic Oncology, and Breast Surgical Oncology fellowships, and a Radiation Oncology residency program. Janet enjoys photography, the beach, puppetry, and is working towards being a professional judge at shrimp festivals in her retirement.

Why Memphis?

riverboat on the Mississippi RiverMemphis is a city like no other. Nestled on the banks of the Mississippi River, Memphis is where starving actor Danny Thomas built a children’s hospital (St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has helped increase the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to more than 80%); Fred Smith started a small delivery service (FedEx now generates $60 billion dollars a year); the King of Rock ‘n Roll chose to live (Elvis’ Graceland sees 600,000+ visitors each year); and where you’ll find USA Today’s most iconic street (Beale Street has attracted fans from all over the world since the 1860s).

More city points of pride:

Memphis has been the inspiration for over 1,000 songs. We’re pretty proud of our town and think once you experience Memphis, you will be, too.

Last Published: May 17, 2018