Crocker retires after 30 years at WInshipIan R. Crocker, MD, professor in Winship Cancer Institute's Department of Radiation Oncology, will retire this week after three decades of caring for cancer patients and developing innovative therapies.Learn More
ASTRO 2016 PreviewMore than twenty Winship faculty and staff will present their research at the upcoming 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) in Boston, Sept. 25-28. Deborah W. Bruner, PhD, RN, is to present at the plenary session.Learn More
Khan receives Winship Invest$ pilot grantMohammad Khan, MD, PhD, an assistant professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology, is one of ten Winship Cancer Institute investigators to receive a pilot grant award through the Winship Invest$ program. Learn More
Featured in OncologyLive MagazineIn the May issue of OncologyLive, Hui-Kuo Shu, MD, PhD, demonstrates the potential for advanced 3D MRI technology to better treat aggressive glioblastoma brain tumors.Learn More
Dosimetrists: The Pharmacists of Radiation OncologyMedical dosimetrists are a crucial part of the treatment team in radiation oncology, and now, graduate dosimetry students have the opportunity to do their clinical training at Winship.Learn More
If you're a cancer patient, you've come to the right place. At Winship, you'll have access to a multidisciplinary team of experts. Read more about treatments and services offered.
Did you know that Winship Cancer Institute has over 250 active Phase I, II, and III clinical trials? See if a clinical trial is right for you.
What is radiation therapy and how is it used to treat cancer? Drs. Peter Rossi and Karen Godette describe the types of treatments available to patients at Winship.