Dennis Galinsky, M.D.
Dr. Galinsky is a Founder and Fellow of the American College of Radiation Oncology, and in 2003 received the ACRO Gold Medal, its highest honor.
Dr. Galinsky’s range of expertise is apparent in a number of diverse publications. From his contribution on Hodgkin’s Disease at an International College of Radiation Oncology meeting, to a chapter in Radiation Therapy of Head and Neck Cancer and paper in the American Journal of Clinical Oncology, Dr. Galinsky’s extensive knowledge and training in breast, prostate and lung cancers helped to earn him a place in the First Edition of Who’s Who in Health Care and Medicine.
Dr. Galinsky holds a significant number of professional appointments, memberships, elective offices and committee service positions. Dr. Galinsky is actively involved with the House of Delegates to the American Medical Association and is a Board Member of the American College of Radiation Oncology. He served on the Committee on Educational Appraisal for Rush Medical School, and has held medical school appointments at Rush and at Northwestern University.
1974: Doctor of Medicine, University
1975: Internship, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
1977: Residency, Dept. of Radiation Therapy, University
1978: Fellowship, Therapeutic Radiology, University of Minnesota,
1979: Certified, American Board of Radiology