Titles and Roles
- Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology
- Emory University School of Medicine
- Chief of Service, Edward Loughlin Oncology Center
- Grady Memorial Hospital
A board certified radiation oncologist, Jerome C. Landry, MD, MBA, specializes in the treatment of gastrointestinal cancers, melanoma and soft tissue sarcomas. He has served as medical director of the Edward Loughlin Radiation Oncology Center of Grady Health Systems since 1987.
Dr. Landry is a clinical member of the Winship Cancer Institute. He is also a member of the Radiation Therapy Oncology Group, American Medical Association, Atlanta Medical Association, Medical Association of Georgia, American Society for Therapeutic Radiation and Oncology, Collaborative Ocular Melanoma Society, Radiological Society of North America, and American Radium Society, among other organizations. He has served on various committees including the Georgia Cancer Coalition and the Federal Drug Agency Radiological Devices Patent Committee.
He was the first to use Varian's Trilogy On-Board Imaging system for gastrointestinal tumors. Dr. Landry has performed on-site IMRT training in more than 40 radiation oncology centers in the US and abroad.
Dr. Landry is a graduate of Xavier University and Harvard Medical School. He completed his internship at Emory University Hospital and his residency in radiation medicine at Harvard's Massachusetts General Hospital, where he served as chief resident in his final year. Dr. Landry also holds a MBA from Kennesaw State University.
Dr. Landry has published extensively on IMRT for gastrointestinal tumors and soft tissue sarcomas, been an invited speaker at a number of medical and academic conferences, and is the lead editor for a chapter describing the use of IMRT in the treatment of pancreatic cancer in the textbook, Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy: A Clinical Perspective, published by BC Decker in 2005.
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Dr. Landry has won numerous awards and grants and has been ranked one of the best doctors in America by a number of publications including Atlanta Magazine (1995, 1997-98, 2000-15), Red Book Magazine (2001) and Ladies Home Journal (2002).