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Dr. Curtis Miyamoto, Chair of Radiation Oncology at Temple, Elected President of Philadelphia County Medical Society

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Dr. Curtis Miyamoto, Chair of Radiation Oncology at Temple, Elected President of Philadelphia County Medical Society

 

(Philadelphia, PA) – Curtis Miyamoto, MD, Professor and Chair of the Department of Radiation Oncology at Temple University School of Medicine, has been installed as the 152nd President of the Philadelphia County Medical Society (PCMS).  He was elected by his peers and will serve as president of PCMS for one year.

 

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Dr. Miyamoto has been a member of PCMS and the Pennsylvania Medical Society (PAMED) since 2002.  He has served on the PCMS Board of Directors as past Treasurer, past Delegate-at-Large and President-Elect.  Dr. Miyamoto has also served as mentor for the PCMS Medical Student Section and is currently a Delegate to the PAMED House of Delegates. 

 

“I am extremely honored to be the 152nd President of the Philadelphia County Medical Society,” said Dr. Miyamoto.  “I look forward to leading the organization and bringing talented people together to create solutions to problems that are challenging the healthcare community at large.”

 

Dr. Miyamoto’s clinical and research interests include general external beam radiation; 3-D conformal radiotherapy; stereotactic radiosurgery and radiotherapy; intensity modulated radiation therapy; image-guided radiation therapy; Gamma Knife treatments; translational research; brain tumors and disorders; and prostate, lung, breast and gastrointestinal cancers.  He earned his MD from the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain, and went on to complete a radiation oncology residency and a radiation oncology and nuclear medicine research fellowship at Hahnemann University Hospital.  Dr. Miyamoto also completed a fellowship with the American Cancer Society.

 

Dr. Miyamoto was installed as president of PCMS during a June 8 ceremony at the Rittenhouse Hotel in Philadelphia. 

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