With a team of over 350 radiation specialists, the Princess Margaret Radiation Medicine Program is one of the largest of its kind in North America. Our world-renowned radiation oncologists, medical physicists and radiation therapists provide assessment, planning, treatment and follow-up care for people with common, rare and complex cancers. Our team is dedicated to advancing best practices in radiation medicine through research and the uptake of cutting-edge, novel radiation practices and technologies.

The Princess Margaret is a fully affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto and many of our staff hold teaching positions in the university’s Department of Radiation Oncology.

Leadership

 

 

Breast Site Group

The M. Lau Breast Centre treats common, rare and complex forms of breast cancer.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: Anne Koch
  • Radiation Physics Lead: Tom Purdie
  • Radiation Therapy Lead: Michelle Chan
  • Coordinator: Mary Gong
    416 946 4501 ext. 3639
    breastreferrals@rmp.uhn.ca

Physicians:

 

Learn more about the inter-professional Breast Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Central Nervous System & Eye Site Group

The Princess Margaret Central Nervous System Site Group treats primary and metastatic cancer of the brain, spinal cord, spine, eyes and orbits.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: Barbara-Ann MillarNormand Laperriere
  • Radiation Physics Leads: Catherine Coolens, Monique Van Prooijen, Akbar Beiki
  • Radiation Therapy Leads: Yilan Lu, Alice Leung
  • Coordinator: Melanie Robson
    416 946 2901
 

Learn more about the inter-professional Central Nervous System & Eye Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Endocrine Site Group

The Princess Margaret Endocrine Site Group treats common, rare and complex cancers of the thyroid, parathyroid, pituitary gland, pancreas, adrenal glands and gut, drawing on cutting-edge technology and treatment modalities.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: James Brierley
  • Radiation Physics Lead: Andrea McNiven
  • Radiation Therapy Lead: Alice Leung
  • Coordinator: Chantel Credo
    416 946 2902
 

Learn more about the inter-professional Endocrine Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Gastrointestinal Site Group

The Princess Margaret Gastrointestinal Site Group treats common, rare and complex forms of cancer in the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, rectum, anal canal, liver, pancreas, biliary tract and gallbladder.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: Jolie Ringash
  • Radiation Physics Leads: Patricia Lindsay, Teodor Stanescu
  • Radiation Therapy Leads: Grace Wu, Tony Lam
  • Coordinator: Chantel Credo
    416 946 2902

Physicians:

 

Learn more about the inter-professional Gastrointestinal Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Genitourinary Site Group

The Princess Margaret Genitourinary Site Group treats common, rare and complex forms of cancer affecting the bladder, kidney, urethra, ureters, prostate and testes.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: Peter Chung
  • Radiation Physics Leads: Tim Craig, Robert Weersink
  • Radiation Therapy Lead: Grace Tsui
  • Coordinator: Eleni Sachinidis
    416 946 2122
 

Learn more about the inter-professional Genitourinary Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Gynecologic Site Group

The Princess Margaret Gynecologic Site Group treats common, rare and complex forms of cervical, endometrial, ovarian, peritoneal, tubal, vaginal and vulvar cancer.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: Michael Milosevic
  • Radiation Physics Lead: Tony Tadic, Jette Borg
  • Radiation Therapy Lead: Felicia Morrison
  • Coordinator: Mary Gong
    416 946 4501 ext. 3639
 

Learn more about the inter-professional Gynecologic Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Head & Neck Site Group

The Princess Margaret Head and Neck Centre treats common, rare and complex forms of cancer of the lips and mouth, oropharynx, hypopharynx, larynx, nasal cavity and sinus, nasopharynx, salivary glands and thyroid.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: John Waldron
  • Radiation Physics Lead: Andrea McNiven
  • Radiation Therapy Lead: Natassia Naccarato
  • Coordinator: Ellen Hoffman
    416 946 6522
 

Learn more about the inter-professional Head & Neck Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Lung Site Group

The Princess Margaret Lung Site Group treats common, rare and complex forms of lung cancer.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: Alexander Sun
  • Radiation Physics Lead: Jean-Pierre Bissonnette
  • Radiation Therapy Lead: Jasmine Chen
  • Coordinator: Chantel Credo
    416 946 2902
 

Learn more about the inter-professional Lung Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Lymphoma & Myeloma Site Group

The Princess Margaret Lymphoma and Myeloma Site Group treats common, rare and complex forms of lymphoproliferative disorders, including non-Hodgkin’s and Hodgkin’s lymphoma, chronic lymphocytic leukemia and plasma cell dyscrasias, such as multiple myeloma and systemic light-chain amyloidosis.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: Richard Tsang
  • Radiation Physics Lead: Harald Keller
  • Radiation Therapy Lead: Aleksandra Petrovska
  • Coordinator: Chantel Credo
    416 946 2902
 

Learn more about the inter-professional Lymphoma & Myeloma Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Melanoma & Skin Site Group

The Princess Margaret Melanoma and Skin Site Group treats common, rare and complex forms of melanoma and skin cancer.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: Alexander Sun
  • Radiation Physics Lead: Andrei Damyanovich
  • Radiation Therapy Lead: Carla Cerase
  • Coordinator: Mary Gong
    416 946 2901
    Fax: 416 946 4501 ext. 3639​

Physicians:

 

Learn more about the inter-professional Melanoma & Skin Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

 

Sarcoma Site Group

The Princess Margaret Sarcoma Site Group treats common, rare and complex bone and soft tissue sarcomas.

  • Radiation Site Group Lead: Charles Catton
  • Radiation Physicists: Nathan Becker
  • Radiation Therapy Lead: Samuel Appiah
  • Coordinator: Mary Gong
    416 946 2901
    Fax: 416 946 4501 ext. 3639
 

Learn more about the inter-professional Sarcoma Site Group and its specialized, innovative programs to assess, plan and treat cancer at all stages.

Last reviewed: 2/7/2018
Last modified: 11/30/2018 5:41 AM