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January 5th 2023

Weekly updates for 12/26/2022

Weekly updates for 12/26/2022

UW Medical Physics Residency
Match 2023: Train in one of the world’s most beautiful cities with passionate medical physics industry leaders in radiation oncology research, medical education, and patient safety. UW Radiation Oncology also offers valuable collaborative clinical experience with Photons, Electrons, Neutrons, and Protons.

Faculty Focus Dr. Yolanda Tseng
Faculty Focus: UW Radiation Oncology’s Dr. Yolanda Tseng’s collaborative work with the team at International Lymphoma Radiation Oncology Group (ILROG) is making strides in understanding how best to treat lymphoma patients. Their study, presented at ASTRO, questioned: Is double-hit (DHL) as responsive to RT as non-DHL? Read more:

Gateway to home
Welcome Home: It can be difficult to decide whether or not to live a long distance from friends and family when choosing a residency program, but you might be just one flight away. Local Seatac Airport hosts 31 airlines that serve 91 non-stop domestic and 28 international destinations.

Dr. Evan Gates
At UW Radiation Oncology we are committed to training and supporting residents like Dr. Evan Gates, not only as students, but also as future leaders in the global field of radiation oncology.

Fred Hutch Faculty
Faculty Focus, Best of 2022: UW Radiation Oncology had four physicians included in the Seattle Met Magazine’s 2022 Top Doctors list this year: Janice N. Kim, MD, Edward Y. Kim, MD, Lia Moriguchi Halasz, MD, and Jason L. Rockhill, MD, PhD. List:

Squirrel in winter
All of us at UW Radiation Oncology, wish you and yours a safe and happy new year! Photo: UW Main Campus, December 2022