Welcome to Radiation Oncology

Chair's Message

Hak Choy, MD
Hak Choy, M.D.

The mission of this department is three-fold: to deliver world-class care on a daily basis to our patients using the most advanced technologies available; to conduct groundbreaking basic, translational and clinical research; and to provide quality education to the next generation of medical practitioners and scientists.

Recent News

Live web cam of new East Campus Radiation Oncology Center

Watch live! New Radiation Oncology center under construction

A live web cam has been added to the construction site of UT Southwestern's new $66 million Radiation Oncology treatment facility. Follow the link to view our progress. Watch Live

Researchers develop classification model for cancers caused by most frequently mutated cancer gene

UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have developed a classification for cancers caused by KRAS, the most frequently mutated gene in cancer, that could eventually help oncologists choose more effective, customized cancer therapies.

Cancer researchers first in Texas to use new prostate rectal spacer to minimize side effects of SABR radiation treatments

UT Southwestern Medical Center cancer researchers are investigating whether an injectable, biodegradable gel can reduce potential side effects from extreme high-dose radiation treatments for prostate cancer.

Two physicians added to genitourinary team

Dr. Aaron Laine and Dr. Neil Desai are the newest clinical faculty members in Radiation Oncology.

New physician joins Radiation Oncology

We welcome the arrival this month of David Sher, M.D., M.P.H., as Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology and leader of the department’s head and neck team.

Westover featured in NCI blog

Ken Westover, M.D., Ph.D., writes about "The Enzymology of GTP-Competitive RAS Inhibitors" on the National Cancer Institute's RAS blog.

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