Proton therapy may be relatively new, but the staff at Texas Center for Proton Therapy is no stranger to the field.
In fact, collectively we have more than 70 years of combined experience delivering proton therapy, making us one of the nation’s most experienced clinical staffs.
Dr. Andrew K. Lee, the medical director of Texas Center for Proton Therapy, was the first physician to treat patients with spot-scanning proton therapy in North America, commonly known as pencil-beam scanning.
Gary Barlow, director of Texas Center for Proton Therapy, has almost 30 years of experience in radiation therapy and proton therapy.
In addition, the majority of our physicians, physics staff, and dosimetrists, and all of our lead radiation therapists have proton experience. They have experience in pencil-beam scanning, cone beam CT, and the exact treatment planning systems in this center.
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