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2022 RISE Award

April 26, 2022

Dr. Iris Gibbs receives the 2022 RISE award by the Stanford Medicine Alumni Association. The RISE award is dedicated to those individuals who represent its values and have demonstrated exceptional dedication to nurturing Stanford Medicine and the alumni community through acts of leadership, volunteerism, mentoring, or teaching.

Match Day 2022

March 18, 2022

Stanford Radiation Oncology is thrilled to announce the results of its residency match for this year: Richelcyn Baclay from University of the Philippines, Jennifer Chiang from Mayo Clinic, Joseph Abi Jaoude from American University of Beirut and Nikhil Kotha from UCSD.

ACGME Accreditation

March 1, 2022

Stanford Radiation Oncology’s Therapy Residency Program is proud to have received continuation of accreditation from ACGME as of March 1, 2022. It is a testament to all the hard work and dedication put into our Residency Program.

Catharine and Howard Avery Professorship

November 1, 2021

Dr. Laura Attardi officially approved by the Board of Trustees as the Catharine and Howard Avery Professor of Radiation Oncology.

Max Diehn elected to the National Academy of Medicine

October 18, 2021

The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) announced the election of Dr. Max Diehn as a new member for developing and clinically translating novel diagnostic technologies to faciliate precision medicine techniques and for integrating advanced precision medicine into the area of liquid biopsies. Election to the Academy is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine and recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service.

Diehn joins Stanford Radiation Oncology’s Drs. Quynh-Thu Le, Sarah S. Donaldson and Amato J. Giaccia as the Department's fourth current member of NAM.

Quynh-Thu Le receives 2021 Alice Ettinger Award

October 4, 2021

The Association of Women in Radiology (AAWR) announced that Dr. Quynh-Thu Le has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 Alice Ettinger Award. The award recognizes lifetime achievement and lasting contributions to AAWR and to the Radiation Oncology/Radiology profession. Alice Ettinger was a highly regarded and prominent radiologist, professor, and female pioneer in her field for whom the award is named. While few Radiation Oncologists are felt to be competitive for this esteemed award, Dr. Iris Gibbs was also named the Alice Ettinger award recipient in 2020. We are fortunate to have terrific female role models who are recognized at the national and international level.

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