Department of Radiation Oncology
Pioneering Individualized Cancer Care

In the Radiation Oncology Department, translational research becomes the standard for care, delivered by ASTRO and ASCO member faculty, training future industry leaders.

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Compassion on the Edge of Innovation

As a leader in treating patients with cancer, we’re dedicated to both compassion and innovation. That’s the line where we train the world’s future radiation oncology leaders to put patients first with personalized radiation oncology care.  

Our team of physicians, techs and physicists are using the latest technology and research to change the way patients fighting cancer are treated, in Michigan and beyond. More than 50 faculty members facilitate our graduate, undergraduate and certificate programs.

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Patient Care

We’re dedicated to delivering the best in cancer care while raising that standard every day.


Explore our programs to train and mentor future leaders in cancer research and treatment.


Meet our internationally-renowned faculty, residents and fellows.


Our vast, collaborative research drives translational improvements in cancer therapy.


Support cancer treatments as personal as each patient’s fight against this disease.

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Delivering the best in cancer care, and raising that bar higher every day, means a team-based approach to care personalized for every patient we treat. We do that by putting people first, making breakthroughs in clinical trials, developing new technologies, and supporting basic research.

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    Our comprehensive cancer care centers are located throughout Michigan, designated by the National Care Institute and recognized as a Best Hospital for Cancer Treatment by the U.S. News & World Report. In every location of the Rogel Cancer Center, our team-based approach to patient care, research and education sets us apart and makes a difference for our patients.

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