Dr. Andrew McDonald is a specialist in radiation oncology in Birmingham, Alabama. He graduated from University of Alabama School Of Medicine where he got his medical diploma. He did a Transitional Year Internship at Baptist Health System and after this, he did his residency program in radiation oncology at University of Alabama Medical Center. Dr. McDonald has been practicing for more than 5 years and at the moment works at the University of Alabama Hospital.
University of Alabama
Baptist Health System
University of Alabama Medical Center
American Board of Radiology - Radiation Oncology
Factors associated with increased incidence of severe toxicities following yttrium-90 resin microspheres in the treatment of hepatic malignancies.
Roberson Ii, J. D.,McDonald, A. M.,Baden, C. J.,Lin, C. P.,Jacob, R.,Burnett Iii, O. L.; World J. Gastroenterol.. 1900 Jan 01.See more >>
Patterns of Failure for Lymph Node-Positive Resected Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma After Adjuvant Radiotherapy or Gemcitabine-based Chemotherapy Alone.
McDonald, A. M.,Dulaney, C. R.,López-Araujo, J.,Posey, J. A.,Keene, K. S.,Christein, J. D.,Heslin, M. J.,Wood, T. E.,Jacob, R.; J Gastrointest Cancer. 2015 Mar 19.See more >>
Reduced Radiation Tolerance of Penile Structures Associated With Dose-escalated Hypofractionated Prostate Radiotherapy.
McDonald, A. M.,Baker, C. B.,Shekar, K.,Popple, R. A.,Clark, G. M.,Yang, E. S.,Jacob, R.,Kim, R. Y.,Fiveash, J. B.; Urology. 2014 Dec 03.See more >>
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society