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Image Gallery In the Swamp Game on! Go Gators! Wonderful wildlife Explore regional lakes and springs Innovation and vision make this growing city the place to be! Gainesville, the largest city in northern Florida, is home to approximately 127,000 people with a median age of 25. Enjoy year-round accessibility to…

A 52-Year Journey to Diversity at UF

A recent article on the topic of diversity within the UF Department of Radiation Oncology has earned the attention of other institutions seeking to affect change in their own residency programs. Published ahead of print on December 4, 2020 in the American Journal of Clinical Oncology, “Journey…

Residency Program Launches Virtual Introduction

UF Radiation Oncology is pleased to announce the release of a video introduction to its Physician Residency Program. Created in partnership with UF Health Communications, the video features Associate Professor and Residency Program Director Anamaria R. Yeung, MD; Robert J. Amdur, MD, Rodney R. Million Professor of Radiation Oncology; and…

Robert Amdur, MD, Retires as Residency Program Director

Paul Okunieff, MD, Chair, has announced that Robert Amdur, MD, Radiation Oncology Professor and Rodney R. Million Professor of Radiation Oncology (shown right with Anamaria R. Yeung, MD), has retired as the department’s Residency Program Director. Anamaria R. Yeung, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, assumed the role of Residency Program Director…

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Annual Research Seminar

The seminar has three concurrent programs for radiation therapy, oncology nursing, and radiation oncology.

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UF Health Cancer Center

Our Mission is to prevent, detect, treat and ultimately cure cancer while addressing the unique challenges of the cancer burden faced by the population we serve.

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