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Our Current Residents

‌‌Medical Resident Graduation 2022
Resident Graduation Dinner in Baltimore


Gregory Alexander

Gregory Alexander, MD
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

Justin Cohen

Justin Cohen, MD
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Ariel Pollock

Ariel Pollock, MD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Rebecca Krc

Rebecca Krc, DO
PGY-4, Co-Chief Resident
A. T. Still University, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine

Bansi Savla

Bansi Savla, MD
PGY-4, Co-Chief Resident

USF Health Morsani College of Medicine

James Assif

James Assif, MD
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Soha Bazyar

Soha Bazyar, MD
Mashhad University of Medical Sciences

Ryan Cherng

Hua-Ren Ryan Cherng, MD
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Alexander Allen

Alexander Allen

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Matthew Brown

Matthew Brown

University of Alabama School of Medicine

Muhammad Hamza

Muhammad Ali Hamza

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Beginning July 1, 2023

Adeniyi Olabumuyi

Adeniyi Olabumuyi, MBBS
University of Ibadan College of Medicine

Austin Thompson

Austin Thompson, MD
California Northstate University College of Medicine

Reza Zarinshenas

Reza Zarinshenas, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health


Sarah McAvoy

Sarah Anne McAvoy, MD
Assistant Professor
Residency Program Director

Wendy Citron 2021

Wendla K. Citron, MD
Assistant Professor
Residency Program Associate Director‌


Resident Room 2019

UMMC Resident Workroom (2018)

Between 2010 and 2022, 18 University of Maryland graduates have begun their careers in an academic setting, 2 have obtained a fellowship, and 11 have gone into private practice.

Where are they now? Rad Onc Resident Alumni 2010-2022

Dr. Karl L. Prado Endowment for Radiation Oncology Trainees

Help Fund the Next Generation of Cancer Treatment Specialists

Dr Prado Resized

Karl L. Prado, PhD, FACR, FAAPM

Dr. Karl L. Prado served as a faculty member and invaluable medical physics educator to trainees and staff from 2009 to 2017 at the University of Maryland Department of Radiation Oncology. In 2019, the department renamed the Dr. Karl Prado Physics and Radiobiology Review Course to honor the memory of Dr. Karl Prado and recognize his unmatched teaching abilities.

The Dr. Prado endowment helps support our educational mission by funding medical and physics residents for a number of initiatives including attendance at research conferences, educational events, wellness activities, and elective rotations.

Your support of the Dr. Karl L. Prado Endowment for Radiation Oncology captures your dedication to all facets of training and continuing education which enables our trainees to help save lives through their work.

Give to the Dr. Karl L. Prado Endowment for Radiation Oncology Trainees

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