An interdisciplinary team including co-PI Devon Godfrey, PhD, has been awarded a Duke Science and Technology Launch Seed Grant from the Duke Office for Research and Innovation to s
David and Deanie Jorgensen have just arrived at the Duke Cancer Center Radiation Oncology clinic when they spot Hoshi, a black English Labrador Retriever who works as a therapy dog through Pets at
Congratulations to Chang-Lung Lee, PhD, who was awarded a $2.5 million, five-year R01 grant by the NIH to support the investigation of novel therapeutic strategies that will preven
Kyle Lafata, PhD, is a co-investigator on a newly awarded $2.3 million, four-year R01 grant by the NIH/NCI through Radiology titled "Computer-Aided Triage of Body CT Scans with Dee
Duke Radiation Oncology is proud to represent our Department during ASTRO 2023. Please see below for presentations and posters from our faculty, trainees and staff.