• Story Slide One

    The department has access to radiobiology through the Arizona Cancer Center.

  • Story Slide Two

    Our six physicians, with over 75 years of combined experience, specialize in a particular disease site of Radiation Oncology

Our mission is to provide excellent clinical service representing state of the art approaches; to perform clinical and basic cancer biology research; and to teach students at a variety of levels, particularly medical students, residents, and cancer biology graduate students.

 

 

 

 

The University of Arizona College of Medicine Department of Radiation Oncology

Message from the Department Head

In our department, our mission and tradition is to uphold the three pillars of the UA College of Medicine: the highest-quality patient care, thorough training of our residents, and advanced research initiatives. At our clinic, our patients have the advantage of the team-approach.

Baldassarre Stea, MD, PhD
Department Head and Professor

 

 

News Spotlight

2020 ASTRO Presentation by Dr. Hayden Ansinelli

Trends, Disparities and Outcomes of Advanced Radiation Techniques for Small Cell Lung Cancer in the United States from 2004-2016: A National Cancer Database Analysis

Hayden A. Ansinelli, MD; Jared R. Robbins, MD; Charles C. Hsu, MD, PhD


2020 ASTRO Presentation by Dr. Alexander Garcia

Robust Planning Optimization Improves Safety and Homogeneity for Craniospinal Irradiation in the Supine Position

Alexander Garcia, MD, PhD; Angela Locke; Lexie Smith; Russell J. Hamilton, PhD; Baldassarre Stea, MD, PhD


2020 ASTRO Presentation by Dr. Quoc-Anh Ho

Practice Patterns of Post-Mastectomy Radiation for Node-Negative Breast Cancer: An NCDB Analysis

Quoc-Anh Ho, MD; Charles C. Hsu, MD, PhD; Jared R. Robbins, MD; Vicotr Gonzalez, MD