Clinical Medical Physics Residency Program

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

program Overview

The Mount Sinai residency program is a two-year CAMPEP-accredited clinical training program at Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine. Core objectives include comprehensive, hands-on training in clinical therapy physics and preparation for the ABR board exams. Successful candidates will work with Mount Sinai's staff physicists covering a diverse array of specialties in the clinic, with the goal of becoming autonomous physicists capable of independent work at graduation.


At a minimum, applicants must have:

  • A Master or PhD in Physics or related discipline

AND graduated from

    • A CAMPEP-accredited graduate program


    • A CAMPEP-accredited certificate program

Clinical Rotations

In order to graduate from the residency program, residents are required to complete the following 12 clinical rotations:

    1. Dosimetric systems

    2. Brachytherapy

    3. Linear Accelerator Acceptance Testing/Commissioning/Annual QA

    4. TG-51 Calibration and MU Calculations

    5. TPS Modeling

    6. Treatment Planning

    7. Imaging for Treatment Simulation

    8. Imaging for Treatment Verification

    9. Stereotactic Radiosurgery

    10. Special Procedures

    11. Radiation Safety/Shielding Design

    12. Proton Therapy Rotation


Competitive salary and full benefits package will be provided to the successful candidate. Please refer to Mount Sinai Benefit for more details.


Tyler alfonzetti M.S. (2021 - )

Tyler completed his Bachelor's in Nuclear Engineering from North Carolina State University before attending the University of Pennsylvania to get a Masters degree in Medical Physics. Growing up in the small town of Stormville New York, Tyler is happy to be back in his home state as part of the Mt. Sinai Radiation Oncology Team.

Tingyu wang M.S. (2022 - )

Tingyu completed his Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign before attending the University of Pennsylvania to get a Masters degree in Medical Physics. Growing up from a mixture academic background of engineering and medicine, Tingyu is looking to apply his knowledge to daily clinical practices during the residency training as part of the Mt. Sinai Radiation Oncology Team.

Alumni residents

Thomas Wolken M.S. (2019 - 2021)

Tom earned his MS in Medical Physics from Oregon Health and Science University. Prior to joining the Mout Sinai physics residency, he was an adjunct faculty at Salt Lake Community College and Weber State University. He became ABR-certified in 2022. Currently, he is a medical physicist at TidalHealth Peninsula Regional, Maryland.

Matthew Schelin M.S. (2020 - 2022)

Matt received a Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering from the University of Maryland at College Park and recently obtained a Master of Science in Medical Physics from Thomas Jefferson University. Currently, he is a medical physicist at Mount Sinai South Nassau, Oceanside, New York.

Program Statistics

beyond your clinical training

Running club

Come for a run with beautiful views of Manhattan with us! Mount Sinai Main Campus is conveniently located next to iconic Central Park and its many running paths. All pace groups welcome. The running club typically runs once or twice a week during the months of Spring, Summer, and Autumn.


We have one resident position open with the starting date on July 1st, 2023. We are participating the Medical Physics Matching Program. Interested applicants should submit their application through the Medical Physics Residency Application Program. The application deadline is 01/06/2023.


Please contact Ramona Tirado (, our residency program coordinator, for any questions.