Radiation Oncologist CV Example


The position is a highly specialized field of oncology dealing with the administration of radiation therapy as a cancer treatment option.  An oncologist with the training to become a radiation oncologist allows him to administer the proper radiation therapy and is consulted by fellow oncologists and general practitioners on this option for their cancer patients with good treatment prognosis.

Radiation Oncologist  CV Example

Dr. Sandra H. Lockwood

Warwick, Coventry, UK

Phone:  039- 3445-9877

Lockwood44@ycmail.com

Objective

As an assistant to the head oncologist along with my training as a radiation oncologist, I am looking to broaden my horizon with the specialization course I have chosen for my career.  A larger city hospital allows for a broader treatment perspective which can challenge in my career and better serve the treatment capabilities of the hospital.

Career Experience/Job History

2007 – Present: Assistant Radiation Oncologist, University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire

  • Assist the resident oncologist in the diagnosis of patients suspected of having cancer.
  • Refer patients to specialist oncologists as required
  • Discuss with oncologists the doctors on the proper treatment program based on patient age and prognosis, whether to go for surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy or other treatment modalities.
  • Perform radiation therapy on cancer patients prescribed for it
  • Provide palliative treatment to patients in terminal cancer.

Education

2008 : membership in the Royal College of Radiologists

2003 – 2008 : Specialist Registrar for Oncology and Internship, University Hospital, Lewisham

1997 – 1999 :  Internship : University Hospital, Lewisham

1993 – 1997 :  Medical Doctor Degree : St. John’s College, Oxford

1989 – 1993 : Bachelor of Science, Psychology, King’s College, London

Professional reference will be supplied upon request.

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