November 26, 2018 This past summer, the Department of Medical Oncology was approached by ESMO (European Society for Medical Oncology) to participate in the production of a video (~5 min in length) to be broadcast throughout the ESMO Congress meeting in Munich, Germany this past October. Only 20 centres in the world were selected to promote their work at ESMO.
The primary purpose of this video is to promote research in London and particularly to foster networking opportunities with other investigators around the world.
January 31, 2018 The Anatomy and Radiology Contouring Bootcamp for Radiation Oncology Residents, led by Dr. David Palma, attracts radiation oncology residents from around the world. For three days, residents experience lectures, hands-on learning, share ideas and gain new perspectives on how to do things
November 26, 2017 On behalf of the Centre for Translational Cancer Research (CTCR), we are proud to announce and recognize the following individuals on receiving the CTCR Trainee Travel Award of $1000.00!
May 12, 2016 The Department of Oncology's Chair/Chief Dr. Glenn Bauman and Dr. Jonathan Thiessen of the Department of Medical Biophysics spoke with the London Free Press to discuss molecule 18F-DCFPyL, which in combination with a PET scan and a CT or MRI scan, can find the precise location of prostate cancer cells.
April 22, 2016 At this time, it is our pleasure to announce the call for nominations for the 2016 Department of Oncology Excellence in Academics Awards. The information and nomination procedures are identified within for faculty, staff and students, including the submission deadline of May 13 to each of your respective Division Heads.
March 23, 2016 During the month of February, the Department of Oncology circulated a survey to internal stakeholders, asking for their thoughtful input and recommendations. The final detailed results are now available.
March 10, 2016 During the month of February, the Department of Oncology circulated a survey to internal stakeholders, asking for their thoughtful input and recommendations. Preliminary results are available now for your viewing.
January 07, 2016 Every year, the Celebration of Excellence honours the outstanding contributions of faculty and staff at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry and provides an opportunity to recognize and encourage the ongoing development of outstanding talent found here.
November 24, 2015 We are very pleased to announce the membership of the Department of Oncology Strategic Planning steering committee. The members are representative of the department’s multiple foci and priorities, including teaching and learning, research, clinical services and administration. They also bring a broad range of experiences, interests and skills that will serve us well in the months ahead.
August 14, 2015 Dr. Alison Allan will be serving in the role as Acting Chair, Department of Oncology for the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University and its teaching hospitals, London Health Sciences Centre & St. Joseph's Health Care London from July 1, 2015 – September 30, 2015.
July 22, 2015 The latest issue of the Dean's Video Newsletter provides an update on the We Speak Survey and We Act action items. Please share this video with your team and hear from Dr. Strong and a panel of leaders from Schulich Medicine & Dentistry and Western.
July 08, 2015 The School is currently seeking expressions of interest from people who would like to serve on the Strategic Planning Steering Committee. Please see the information through the link below. The deadline is July 15.
January 09, 2015 The development of strong research skills and the provision of medical care are inextricably linked. That’s why the research experience is stressed during the four years of the undergraduate medical education (UME) program. And it’s why the School has integrated research into the core curriculum, as well as offering several programs for students to become involved throughout their years of study.
April 24, 2014 According to Dr. Fung, using minimally invasive surgery to remove oropharyngeal cancer offers the potential to avoid side effects of chemotherapy and radiation that impact quality of life. “The vast majority of radiation patients have issues swallowing because radiation causes damage to the throat,” he says, adding that some patients may also need a stomach tube.