Dr. Robert Amdur is Named Practical Radiation Oncology’s Editor in Chief

Dr. Robert Amdur, MDThe American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) announced January 15, 2020, that Robert Amdur, MD, will become the new Editor in Chief of Practical Radiation Oncology, ASTRO’s prestigious clinical practice journal. Dr. Amdur,  UF  Radiation Oncology Professor, Residency Program Director, and Rodney R. Million Professor of Radiation Oncology, will begin his five-year term on January 1, 2021.

Dr. Amdur has been on the editorial board of Practical Radiation Oncology since the journal began, as well as an associate editor of American Journal of Clinical Oncology since 2003. An accomplished researcher, he also has authored or co-authored more than 300 published books, chapters and journal articles.

Dr. Amdur also sees a commitment to diversity as fundamental to the journal’s success. “Diversity doesn’t just happen spontaneously. You have to make it happen. I helped create one of the most diverse faculty and resident programs in the country, and I will ensure the same degrees of diversity and quality continue in the PRO editorial and reviewer teams,” he explained.

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