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Medical Physicist
USC Norris Radition Oncology

Posted: 20-Aug-21

Location: Los Angeles, California

Type: Career Positions


Medical Physics: Radiation Oncology


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About USC Norris Radition Oncology
Radiation oncology at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center offers a full-service radiation therapy program that treats a broad range of cancers, from highly complex lesions to more commonly diagnosed tumors. Our highly trained physicians use the most advanced technologies to provide exceptional treatment and achieve improved cancer-control outcomes with the utmost safety assurance in mind. Unlike at most other institutions where generalist radiation oncologists treat all conditions, our specialists at USC each have expertise in specific types of cancer and focus their work on those cancers, providing unrivaled expertise in the specifics of your disease. The USC radiation oncology program offers a broad spectrum of advanced radiotherapy care to patients with cancer, including: •3-D conformal radiotherapy (3-D CRT) •Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) •Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) •Gamma Knife Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) to the brain •Clinical brachytherapy utilizing high dose-rate (HDR) •Episcleral eye plaque brachytherapy •RapidArc or VMAT treatment delivery •Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) to multiple disease sites We use technology including robotic surgical systems and advanced image-guidance that can allow us to treat tumors previously thought to be inoperable. Our Gamma Knife Perfexion® sets the bar for treatment of complex brain tumors, brain metastases and other neurological conditions. Our physicians can deliver a highly focused dose of radiation to precise targets in the brain in one treatment session using the Gamma Knife®. For stereotactic radiosurgery, we have access to the TrueBeam™ STx machine, offering the potential for a safe, noninvasive treatment of tumors virtually anywhere in the body. Our combination of equipment — available only at Keck Medical Center of USC in Southern California— allows USC radiation oncologists and referring physicians to choose the most appropriate treatment for individual patients, rather than choosing the only treatment available.
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