2015 Residency Match

Meet the Next Class of Emory Radiation Oncology Residents!

The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) announced its results on March 20, 2015, "Match Day," and medical students across the country found out where they will conduct their training.

Physician Residency

Four students will join the Department of Radiation Oncology's four-year Physician Residency Program. These residents will complete a year in Internal Medicine (beginning July 1, 2015) before joining Radiation Oncology on July 1, 2016.

According to Residency Program Director, Ashesh Jani, MD, MSEE, there were 203 applications this year for 36 interview slots and four ranked positions.

“We are very pleased with our 2015 NRMP Match results and the department looks forward to working with this talented group when they complete their internship in 2016,” says Jani.

The 2015 NRMP match results (in alphabetical order) are:

Mustafa Abugideiri

Mustafa Abugideiri

George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Zachary Buchwald

Zachary Buchwald

Saint Louis University School of Medicine

Daniel Tanenbaum

Daniel Tanenbaum

The Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University

Sibo Tian

Sibo Tian

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School


Read more about our residency program.

Physicist Residency

One student will join the Department of Radiation Oncology's two-year Physics Residency Program. The Medical Physics Residency will begin July 1, 2015.

According to Medical Physics Residency Program Director, Anees Dhabaan, PhD, DABR, there were 190 applicants and 16 interviews this year.

“This is the first year the medical physics residency programs are going through a match similar to the physician residency program and we are pleased that Jonathan matched with us,” says Dhabaan.

Our new Medical Physics Resident is:

Jonathan Robert Rosenfield, PhD

Jonathan Robert Rosenfield, PhD

The University of Chicago

Thesis: An Investigation of a Prototype Acousto-Optic Transmission Ultrasound Imaging System for Improved
Breast Cancer Screening Sensitivity


Read more about the physics residency program.