Improving radiation therapy

HuiFormer Masonic Scholar Susanta Hui, Ph.D., has successfully created an international network of clinical centers focused on improving the delivery of radiation therapy to patients undergoing bone marrow transplantation.

This year, Hui will be moving to the City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, California, where he will work as a professor of radiation oncology and continue his research in this area.

He will also remain at the University of Minnesota as an adjunct faculty member, and will continue to collaborate with members of the Masonic Cancer Center as he establishes a new academic home. Hui’s research, launched in Minnesota, will continue to benefit patients worldwide.


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