UNC-CH Radiation Oncology

Welcome to the RadOnc family of websites at the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Please select from the following independent web sites

Web Site Intended
Audience
Purpose
Patients and their familes, prospective faculty and staff The official clinical web site includes departmental contact info, directions to our building, information for faculty, staff, patients and their families, and lists of our clinical programs, education opportunities and research activities. This site is run by the UNC Medical School.
DOSE
Dosimetry & Therapy, Teachers & students The Dosimetry Online Supplemental Education website helps teach practical knowledge of treatment planning to Dosimetry and Therapy students. This site is run by UNC Prof Robert Adams.
Physicists, scientific programmers, medical image investigators The PLanUNC Documentation project documents UNC's in-house radiotherapy treatment planning software developed since the mid-1980's. The goal is to distribute the software as a fully-featured national research platform. This site was run by UNC Prof Eric Schreiber, but the content has been migrated to a more public wiki platform for member-only (licensed) users.
Physicists, scientific programmers, medical image investigators The Computation Oncology Lab researches the technical software calculations of curative radiation dose on 3D & 4D images and builds novel hardware for imaging & treatment.
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This site is run by the COLab group under principal investigators Prof's Ed Chaney, Eric Schreiber and Julian Rosenman from UNC, in collaboration with Prof Sarang Joshi from Utah's SCI.
Frodo
(private)
Radonc Staff Fast RadOnc Data Outlet: Apps that support staff such as: Good Catch, Daily Metric, eWhiteBoard, Linac Status, etc.
Radiobiologists Hypoxyprobe™-1 (pimonidazole hydrochloride) is a chemical whose use in detecting hypoxic cells was pioneered by UNC Prof. James Raleigh. This site includes instructions for acquisition and use of Hypoxyprobe™-1 and includes contact information and a bibliography.