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Fellow

The ASTRO Fellow designation (FASTRO) is awarded based on ASTRO membership, service to ASTRO and contributions to the field of radiation oncology. Generally, the required length of membership in ASTRO is 15 years, however, individuals with less than 15 years of membership who have contributed substantial service to ASTRO may be considered for fellowship. In addition, commendable contributions in one of four possible pathways to becoming a Fellow – leadership/service, research, patient care and education – is required.

The ASTRO Fellows Program had its inaugural year in 2006. The first group of ASTRO Fellows was inducted in a ceremony on Sunday, November 5, at the 2006 Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. As of October 23, 2018, 327 ASTRO members have been inducted into the Fellows Program. The most recent class of ASTRO Fellows was inducted at a ceremony this past October during ASTRO’s 60th Annual Meeting in San Antonio.

More information on eligibility and the nomination process, as well as the Fellow application, can be found by clicking on the links below.

The deadline for submitting applications and all other nomination materials for the 2019 Fellows program is May 10, 2019.

Application period is now closed. The ASTRO Fellows Selection Committee will make recommendations to the ASTRO Board of Directors. The Board will review recommendations at the June Board of Directors meeting. Letters will be mailed to all applicants in mid-July.

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