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Three members of Winship's Department of Radiation Oncology have received endowed chair appointments in recognition and support of their outstanding contributions to cancer research.
Ya Wang, MD, PhD and William S. Dynan, PhD, will receive funding from NASA's Human Research Program and the NASA Space Biology Program to study astronaut health and performance during future long-duration missions.
Winship researchers led by Xingming Deng, MD, PhD, discovered a protein that cancer cells rely on to stave off cell death and also helps them regulate DNA repair.
Winship Cancer Institute has named Shannon Kahn, MD, medical director of radiation oncology at Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital.
A 90-ton piece of equipment called a cyclotron was delivered and installed Thursday, July 13, at the Emory Proton Therapy Center.
Any student at an accredited U.S. medical school is eligible to apply for the 2017 Medical Student Scholars Program which focuses on research activities in all facets of oncology including diagnosis, treatment, and cancer prevention.
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Winship's Department of Radiation Oncology is ranked sixth in the nation for National Institutes of Health (NIH) Research grants, according to the annual Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research report.
Winship Cancer Institute at Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital is the first hospital in the state and one of only seven medical centers in the nation to offer advanced radiosurgery for the brain with the Gamma Knife® Icon.
The Residency Program in Radiation Therapy Physics in Winship's Department of Radiation Oncology has been granted re-accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP). The prestigious award is effective through 2021.