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.


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About ARRO Learn more about ARRO, the ARRO Executive Committee, ARRO's Subcommittees and how to get involved.
Latest News Stay up to date on with our monthly ARROgram newsletter.
Resident Resources In the resident resources area you can find information about residency programs, educational resources, the qualifying and certifying board examinations and funding opportunities.
Medical Student Resources Are you interested in becoming a radiation oncologist? Here you'll find more information about the field and resources to help develp a successful application.
Global Health 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.