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Oncology, Department of

The Department of Oncology is a clinical and basic sciences department created in 1993 that provides a focus for cancer-related teaching and research. The Department has seven academic divisions: Experimental Oncology, Medical Oncology, Medical Physics, Oncologic Imaging, Palliative Care Medicine, Radiation Oncology, and Surgical Oncology. There are 105 full-time members of the Department and 44 adjunct members. Six of the Divisions are comprised of faculty members who are clinicians or service professionals in applied disciplines and one, the Division of Experimental Oncology, is comprised of basic scientists engaged in discovery and translational cancer research.
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  1. Medical Oncology

    Title: Medical Oncology
    Creator: ERA Administrator
    Description: The Division of Medical Oncology focuses on systemic therapy for patients with cancer. We are actively involved in improving the outcome of patients through research and quality improvement programs. Members of the Division are responsible for education and training of undergraduate and postgraduate students and the continuous professional development of practitioners.
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  2. A review of select journals in radiation therapy [Download]

    Title: A review of select journals in radiation therapy
    Creator: Brian Chwyl
    Description: A comparative, but non-exhaustive, review of several key journal in the fields of radiation therapy and radiation oncology.
    Subjects: academic journals, radiotherapy, radiation therapy
    Date Created: March 2015
  3. Things to consider when targeting a journal for publication: for Canadian Radiation Therapists [Download]

    Title: Things to consider when targeting a journal for publication: for Canadian Radiation Therapists
    Creator: Brian Chwyl
    Description: The profession of radiation therapy is relatively new to the field of research and academic publishing. This is brief guide reviews some factors that may influence ones decision on which journal to publish in. We wrote this to assist novice researchers (in radiation therapy or otherwise) on their decision to publish.
    Subjects: publishing, radiotherapy, radiation therapy
    Date Created: March 2015