Radiation Medicine

The fundamental goal of the Department of Radiation Medicine is to provide optimal care to patients by means of ionizing radiation, much of it using proton therapy, the hospital-based application of which was pioneered by the department. This care rests on the foundation of basic, translational, and clinical research—which, combined with patient education, is always pursued to ensure that patients and their families receive state-of-the-art treatment planning and delivery, follow-up and posttreatment care, and support.

Chair

Jerry D. Slater

Vice chair, Clinical Affairs

David A. Bush

Primary faculty

David A. Bush

Dongrak Choi

Sharon Y. Do

Abiel Ghebemedhin

B. Rodney Jabola

Joseph I. Kang

Lilia N. Loredo

Grant McAuley

Daniel W. Miller

Ivan C. Namihas, Jr.

Prashanth K. Nookala

Baldev R. Patyal

William Preston

James M. Slater

Jerry D. Slater

Marcelo E. Vazquez

Ning Wang

Andrew J. Wroe

Gary Y. Yang

Inhwan Yeo

Secondary and adjunct faculty

Eleanor A. Blakely

Daila S. Gridley

Xiao W. Mao

Gregory A. Nelson

Michael J. Pecaut

Richard S. W. Sun

Roman Vlkolinsky

Nathan R. Wall