Radiation Oncology

Academic Department

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Faculty Administrative Position

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    Drexell Boggs, Associate Director

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    Eddy Yang M.D., Ph.D., Vice Chairperson

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    John Fiveash M.D., Senior Vice Chair

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    Rex Cardan, Director

  • Faculty Position

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    Adam Kole, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Andrew McDonald, Assistant Professor (P)

    I am an Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and am a member of the UAB Institute for Cancer Outcomes and Survivorship. My clinical specialization in genitourinary and gastrointestinal cancer and my clinician scientist focus is on mitigating treatment related toxicity in cancer survivors.

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    Ara Alexandrian, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Arun Paul, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Audrey Wallace, Professor - Adjunct (P)

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    Carlos Cardenas, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Courtney Stanley, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Dennis Stanley, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Drexell Boggs, Associate Professor (P)

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    Eddy Yang M.D., Ph.D., Professor (P)

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    Evan Thomas, Assistant Professor - Adjunct (P)

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    Ivan Brezovich Ph.D., Professor - Emeritus (P)

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    James Bonner M.D., Professor (P)

    James A. Bonner, M.D., is Senior Advisor to the Director of the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Merle M. Salter Endowed Chair in Radiation Oncology. A member of the UAB faculty since 1998, Dr. Bonner served as co-leader of the Cancer Center’s Experimental Therapeutics Program from 1998 to 2010.

    Dr. Bonner received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and his M.D. from Wayne State University. His research interest focuses on methods of enhancing radiosensitization such a...

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    James Kraus, Assistant Professor (P)

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    James Snider III, Associate Professor (P)

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    Jean-Guy Belliveau, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Jeffrey Peacock, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Jennifer De Los Santos, Professor (P)

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    Jennifer De Los Santos, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Jimmy Caudell, Assistant Professor - Adjunct (P)

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    John Fiveash M.D., Professor (P)

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    John Stahl, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Joseph Harms, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Kimberly Keene M.D., Professor (P)

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    Kristen McConnell, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Markus Bredel M.D., Ph.D., Professor (P)

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    Mehran Yusuf, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Michael Dobelbower M.D., Associate Professor (P)

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    Michael Soike, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Neil Pfister, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Rex Cardan, Associate Professor (P)

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    Richard Popple Ph.D., Professor (P)

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    Robert Kim M.D., Professor (P)

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    Rodney Sullivan, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Rojymon Jacob M.D., Professor (P)

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    Ruby Meredith, Professor (P)

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    Samuel Marcrom, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Sharon Spencer M.D., Professor (P)

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    Sui Shen Ph.D., Professor (P)

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    Xingen Wu, Associate Professor (P)

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    Zohaib Iqbal, Assistant Professor (P)

  • Faculty Secondary Appointments

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    Donna Murdaugh, Assistant Professor (S)

    Dr. Murdaugh is a board certified clinical neuropsychologist who is focused on research involving understanding and improving neurocognitive outcomes in pediatric and young adult cancer survivors. Dr. Murdaugh’s interests include: understanding long-term neurocognitive outcomes in cancer survivors utilizing neuropsychological assessment and multimodal neuroimaging, developing a risk prediction model to identify cancer patients at greatest risk for neurocognitive deficits, and developing targeted...

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