The Department of Radiation Oncology at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute provides comprehensive, multimodality, patient-oriented care for all types and stages of cancer.
Technological advancement, quality of life and education are the basis for the care we provide our patients. The physicians and staff are dedicated to providing the most effective and cutting edge care to our patients while ensuring compassion and personalized care in our treatment approach.
The goals of the Department of Radiation Oncology are the following:
- to provide interdisciplinary personalized care for each patient
- to develop and conduct clinical research trials that focus on radiation as either the modality of treatment or in combination with surgery, chemotherapy and/or bone marrow transplantation
- to establish collaboration with translational research programs bring exciting and promising laboratory bench research to the clinical arena
- to provide educational programs and training for medical students and house staff
Our physicians are specialty-trained radiation oncologists who are board certified and knowledgeable in both standard and unique methods of radiation therapy. Our nursing staff and radiation therapists are registered professionals in their discipline.