The UNC Department of Radiation Oncology is delighted to announce that we’ll have two new radiation oncology residents joining us on July 1, 2023: Emily Hollis, MD who will join us from the UNC School of Medicine and David Nganga, MD, who will join us from the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Congratulations, and … Continued
Assistant professor and radiation oncologist Dr. Shekinah Elmore is a member of the cancer leadership team for UNC Project Malawi, which recently was awarded a five-year training grant from the National Cancer Institute to train the next generation of cancer physicians and scientists in the Southeast African nation of Malawi. The nearly $1.5M award to … Continued
Definitely something worth celebrating! 🌈
Congratulations to radiation oncology resident Dr. Ryan Morse on his acceptance into the UNC Geriatric Oncology Training Program (UNC-GO), where he will receive specialized training focused on clinical/translational and/or health services research at the interface of Geriatrics and Oncology. In addition to mentored research projects, UNC-Go Fellows also complete coursework in geriatric medicine and … Continued
Radiation oncologist Dr. Andrew Wang was featured this week in Carolina Care Highlights, which showcases patient comments about the care they received from their UNC Health physicians. One patient, also a physician, gave high praise to Dr. Wang for his kindness, competence, intellect and responsiveness to questions. Job well done, Dr. Wang!
In spite of safety restrictions caused by Covid-19, the Department nevertheless celebrated (virtually) its graduating certificate students in radiation therapy and medical dosimetry, and its residents in radiation oncology and medical physics, on June 17 and 19, respectively. Congratulations to radiation therapy graduates: Bria Barnes, BS, RT(R) Ashley Edgell, BSRT(R) Makayla Howery, AS, RT(R) Rachel … Continued