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Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology (ARRO)

Founded in 1983, the Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology (ARRO) is an independent organization that represents radiation oncology residents in the United States. This site is designed to provide students, residents and other members of the radiation oncology community with useful resources, information and important links.

Latest News Find out the ARRO Executive Committee election results, find out more information on nominations and deadline for submissions for ARRO Educator of the Year Award  and also, learn about special membership rates for graduating residents.

 
Resident Resources The resident resources area provides details on certification, educational resources, funding and career opportunities. Learn more about these important opportunities.
Global Health Initiative The Global Health Initiative (GHI) mission is to expand the role of Radiation Oncologists in achieving more equitable health care for all global citizens through collaborative humanitarian outreach, education and research.
Medical Students Thinking about a career in radiation oncology? Learn more about the field and explore application and interview frequently asked questions. Also take advantage of the helpful resources for medical students interested in radiation oncology.
About ARRO The objectives of ARRO are to formalize resident input into professional organizations affecting radiation oncology residents, to disseminate information and to foster communication among residents.

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