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Dr. Dritschilo's bio
This content was provided by Dr. Dritschilo "Anatoly Dritschilo, MD, was appointed to professor and chairman, Department of Radiation Medicine, at Georgetown University School of Medicine, and chief of service, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, in 2010. Previously, Dr. Dritschilo served as interim chair of the Department of Oncology and as interim director of the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University Medical Center. In the course of his clinical career, Dr. Dritschilo has treated more than 5,000 patients with cancers of the breast, prostate, lung, gastrointestinal tract, brain tumors and pediatric cancers. He has been instrumental in bringing state-of-the-art therapies and technologies to the hospital, including Proton Therapy with HYPERSCAN™ , CyberKnife SRS and SBRT services. MedStar Georgetown was one of the first CyberKnife sites on the East Coast, leading to its current position as a national leader in volume, experience and expertise. MedStar Georgetown is the first hospital in the Washington, DC metropolitan area to offer proton therapy and the first in the world to offer proton therapy with HYPERSCAN™. Dr. Dritschilo is a prolific researcher, with a cumulative total of more than $20 million in NIH awards and nearly 250 peer-reviewed, published articles. He is a regular reviewer and editor for prominent scientific and medical publications, a sought-after presenter at national and international meetings and a frequent guest lecturer at medical schools around the county. The holder of a dozen US patents and diplomat of the American College of Radiology, Dr. Dritschilo received his medical degree from the College of Medicine of New Jersey followed by a residency in radiation therapy and a fellowship in radiation oncology at Harvard Medical School. After a brief stint at Tufts University-New England Medical Center, Dr. Dritschilo joined Georgetown in 1979. Philosophy of CareEach patient presents with a unique set of cancer-related and personal circumstances that are best evaluated and treated by a multidisciplinary team for optimal outcomes. Awards and Recognition Fellow, National Academy of Inventors Lifetime Contribution Award, Georgetown University Medical Center Fellow, American College of Radiology Woodward/White "Best Doctors in America" Washingtonian Magazine "Top Doctors in Washington, D.C." Professional Memberships American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) American College of Radiology (ACR) American Society of Clinical Oncologists (ASCO) Society of Chairmen of Academic Radiation Oncology Programs (SCAROP) American College of Radiation Oncology (ACRO) District of Columbia Medical Society (DCMS) American Society of Therapeutic Radiation Oncologists (ASTRO) Radiation Research Society (RR) National Academy of Inventors (NAI) Adjunct Professor: Maryland Proton Treatment Center "
This content was provided by Dr. Dritschilo ""Each patient presents with a unique set of cancer-related and personal circumstances that are best evaluated and treated by a multidisciplinary team.""