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SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
RADIATION ONCOLOGY

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R ONC 499 Undergraduate Research (*, max. 51) R. Ermoian, U. Parvathaneni, M. Phillips, D. Wilbur
Opportunities in clinical or laboratory investigation in radiation oncology, radiation physics, or computer-related research. Student participation in ongoing or new projects. Open to students in the biological or physical sciences.
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R ONC 505 P-Radiation Oncology Preceptorship (1, max. 12) Kane, Kelly, Kim, Koh, Laramore, Liao, Patel, Rockhill, Russell
Students choose either to follow an attending physician through all aspects of radiation oncology including consults, follow-up, and treatment planning; or to follow a small cohort of patients throughout their treatment course to learn about the experience of a cancer patient undergoing treatment for life-threatening disease. Credit/no-credit only.
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R ONC 600 Independent Study or Research (*)
Prerequisite: permission of department and faculty sponsor. Offered: AWSpS.
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R ONC 601 Multidisciplinary Oncology Clerkship (4) Ralph P Ermoian
Introduces students to interdisciplinary oncology care. Students follow patients through multidisciplinary clinic visits, attend tumor boards, and spend dedicated time with specialties like medical oncology, radiation oncology, pediatric oncology, surgical oncology, pathology, and radiology. Students see patients at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle Children's Hospital, and University of Washington Medical Center. Prerequisite: UW School of Medicine students must have completed the Foundations phase of the curriculum. Visiting students must have completed their preclinical curriculum and be in the clerkship phase of medical school. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.
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R ONC 694 P-Clinical Cancer Management - SCCA (*, max. 8)
Participation in the clinical management of patients with cancer, emphasizing a multi-modality approach. Includes clinical assessment, planning of radiation treatment, and follow-up evaluation of patients. Special procedures include three-dimensional treatment planning, implant brachytherapy, and intraoperative radiation. Daily teaching conferences with faculty and residents. Prerequisite: medicine core clerkship or permission of instructor.
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R ONC 695 P-Clinical Cancer Management - UWMC (*, max. 8)
Participation in the clinical management of patients with cancer, emphasizing a multi-modality approach. Includes clinical assessment, planning of radiation treatment, and follow-up evaluation of patients. Special procedures include three-dimensional treatment planning, implant brachytherapy, and intraoperative radiation. Daily teaching conferences with faculty and residents. Prerequisite: medicine core clerkship or permission of instructor. Instructors: Kane
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R ONC 697 P-Radiation Oncology Special Elective (*, max. 24)
By specific arrangement for qualified students, special clerkship, externship, or research opportunities are made available at institutions other than the University of Washington. Students obtain a "special assignment" form from the dean's office at least one month before advance registration. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Instructors: Kane
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R ONC 699 P-WWAMI Radiation Oncology Special Electives (*, max. 24)
By special arrangement for qualified students, special clerkships or externships may be available at institutions located within the WWAMI region, other than the University of Washington. Prerequisite: permission of department. Instructors: Kane
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