The Radiation Oncology residency program at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine consists of six residents.Our program current has six full-time and two part-time Radiation Oncology physician faculty at the Stephenson Cancer Center, as well as, two full-time faculty at the VAMC. Resident rotations are divided in 2-3 month blocks by disease site. Each faculty physician specializes and performs research in a specific disease site(s). Residents will rotate equally amongst each faculty throughout training, allowing them to receive expert oversight and education while being exposed to a wide variety of malignancies and treatments. Residents will receive exposure and practice radiation oncology utilizing numerous treatment modalities including LINAC based external beam radiation therapy techniques (2D, 3D, IMRT, VMAT), total body irradiation, Gamma Knife SRS, brain and body stereotactic treatments (SBRT/SRS), various brachytherapy procedures (low and high dose rate brachytherapy, cervical and endometrial brachytherapy, eye plaque, prostate seeds), and the use of unsealed sources. Additionally residents will have the opportunity to rotate at the VA Medical Center located within walking distance of the Stephenson Cancer Center.