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- Brian Cook, M.D. - (Brim) - Sampson Radiation Oncology, Clinton, NC, USA
- Tomas Dvorak, M.D. - (Tdvorak) - Orlando Health, Orlando, FL, USA
Clinical Radiation Oncology
Medical, Supportive, and Palliative Care
Radiation Physics and New Technologies
Cancer Biology and Basic Researches
Medical Statistics and Applied Mathematics
Medical Ethics and Social Sciences