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PATIENT CARE

Eradicating cancer and other diseases by providing the highest quality,
cutting-edge, 
personalized radiation therapy.

RESEARCH

Advancing and translating new knowledge in radiation therapy,
radiation physics and cancer biology.

EDUCATION

Training the next generation of leaders in
radiation oncology, biology and physics.


 


 


 

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Using AI To Personalize Cancer Care

 

August 11, 2021

“When most people think of radiology, they think of CT and MRI scanners finding the disease, but oncologists are often more interested in treatments for their patients,” said Ruijiang Li, associate professor at Stanford Radiation Oncology and a member of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI).

Photo Source: Yara Nardi

Research: RefleXion

 

August 6, 2021

Stanford Radiation Oncology is the first radiation oncology program in the world to test a new biology-guided radiation therapy platform known as RefleXion X1. Follow our research using the Reflexion X1 machine at our new webpage. 

Sarah Donaldson, MD, FASTRO, and Jessica Frank Featured in ASTROnews Summer Issue

 

July 14, 2021

Sarah Donaldson, MD, FASTRO, and Jessica Frank share insights and keys to success from Stanford’s departmental mentoring program.

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Bill Loo inducted as a 2021 ASTRO Fellow

July 7, 2021

Since in 2006, the ASTRO Fellowship recognizes individuals who have contributed to radiation oncology through research, education, patient care and more. Previous ASTRO Fellowship recipients from Stanford include: Martin Brown, Sarah Donaldson, Iris Gibbs, Richard Hoppe and Quynh-Thu Le.

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Quynh-Thu Le Appointed as an NRG Oncology Group Chair

June 28, 2021

About this news, Le said, “I am greatly honored to be appointed as Group Chair for NRG Oncology and am excited to collaborate in its leadership. Fostering the development of biomarker-driven trials as well as research that addresses health disparities are two areas that I believe will help us define new standards of care for our cancer patients." 

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Match Day 2021 Announcement

March 31, 2021

Our class of 2026 Therapy Residents include: Abass Conteh, Iris Eke, Daniella Klebaner and Zachary White.

Our class of 2023 Medical Physics Residents include: Ramish Ashraf. and Jie Fu.

A Look into Stanford Radiation Oncology's Residency Program

January 21, 2021

Stanford Medicine produced a video on Stanford Radiation Oncology's Residency Program.