ASTRO's Advances in Radiation Oncology Top Reviewers for 2021

      Peer review remains central to the process of scientific publishing and to ensuring that the journals that are published by academic societies such as the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) remain accurate and unbiased. The participation of the membership of the society at large makes their publication a collaborative effort of all of us involved in the scientific study of medicine and efforts to improve outcomes for all of our patients.
      We would like to recognize our most productive reviewers and thank them for the time and diligent efforts to promote the success of our journal and advance science.
      Table 1Top Reviewers 2021
      Dimitri A. Dimitroyannis, PhDScott and White HealthCare
      Jay P. Ciezki, MDCleveland Clinic Foundation
      Amar U. Kishan, MDUniversity of California, Los Angeles
      Ankit Agarwal, MDAtrium Health
      Christina Henson, MDUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
      Nicholas George Zaorsky, MDPenn State Cancer Institute
      Shankar Siva, MBBS, PhDPeter MacCallum Cancer Centre
      Ross A. Abrams, MDRush University Medical Center
      Anurag K. Singh, MDRoswell Park Cancer Institute
      Edward Christopher Dee, MDMemorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
      Marsha Haley, MDUniversity of Pittsburgh
      James Edward Bates, MDEmory University
      Steven N. Seyedin, MDChao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
      Parvez M. Shaikh, MDWVU
      Yujie Chi, PhDThe University of Texas at Arlington
      Yunze Yang, PhDMayo Clinic Arizona
      Bethany Anderson, MDUniversity of Wisconsin
      Christopher Abraham, MDWashington University in St. Louis
      Nataniel H. Lester-Coll, MDUniversity of Vermont Larner College of Medicine
      Ryan J. Hutten, MDHuntsman Cancer Institute Cancer Hospital: University of Utah Health Huntsman Cancer Institute