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Radiation oncologist , medical educator

Eli J. Glatstein, American Radiation oncologist, medical educator. Diplomate American Board Radiology. Decorated Bronze Star; Clinician Scientist award Maryland. Cancer Society, 1989, 90.


Glatstein, Eli J. was born on February 20, 1938 in Muscatine, Iowa, United States. Son of Harry Robert and Shirley (Harkaway) Glatstein.


Bachelor of Science, University Iowa, 1960. Doctor of Medicine, Stanford University, 1964.


Intern, New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, 1964-1965;resident in radiation oncology, Stanford (California) U. School Medicine, 1967-1970;fellow Picker Foundation, Hammersmith Hospital, London, 1970-1972;assistant professor, Stanford University, 1972-1977;chief radiation oncology, National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland., 1977-1992;acting director clinical oncology program Division Cancer Treatment, National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland., 1988-1989;acting director radiation research program, National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland., 1991-1992;professor, chairman radiation oncology, University Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, since 1992. Consultant radiation biology Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley,1974-1976. Committee for protocols Bay Area Heavy Ion Association, 1975-1977.

Member policy committee Northern California Cancer Program, 1975-1977, protocol committee for ovarian carcinoma, 1976-1977, protocol committee for lung carcinoma, 1976-1977, radiotherapy committee, subcommittee on records and forms, 1976-1977. Lung protocol committee Radiation Therapy Oncology Group, 1974-1976, lymphoid tumor protocol committee, 1975-1976, radiobiology committee, 1975-1976. Data forms National Cancer Institute, 1978, clinical research review committee, 1978-1980, radiation coordinator group, 1981-1985, promotion and tenure review committee, 1985-1987, investigational review board, 1985-1987.

Cyclotron committee National Institutes of Health, 1981, Nuclear magnetic resonance committee 1983, radiation safety committee, 1986-1992.


  • Diplomate American Board Radiology.



Member National Advisory Subgroup on Hodgkin's Disease, 1977-1978. Board science counselors Radiation Oncology Coordinator, 1977-1980. Member lymphoma task force American Joint Committee on Cancer, 1984.

Committee on profl education medical student subcommittee California Division American Cancer Society, 1976-1977. Member advisory committee Georgetown-Vincent Lombardi Cancer Center, 1985-1988. Captain United States Army, 1965-1967, Vietnam.

Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American College Radiology (patterns of care study 1976-1977, lymphoma subcommittee 1976-1977), American Society Therapeutic Radiologists (program committee 1978-1982, award committee 1978-1979 technical affairs committee 1980-1981), International Society Lymphology, British Institute Radiology, American Radium Society, American Society Clinical Oncology (nominating committee 1979-1980, education committee 1981-1984, board directors 1982-1985, program committee 1985, other committees), International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer, Radiation Research Society, American Association for Cancer Research, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha.


Harry Robert Glatstein

Shirley (Harkaway) Glatstein