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Dr. Matthew Callister

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Division Chief for Radiation Onco...

Banner MD Anderson
 
Background

Employment History

  • Radiation Oncology Section Chief
    Banner MD Anderson
  • Physician Section Chief
    Banner Health
  • Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology and A Consultant In the Department of Radiation Oncology
    Mayo Clinic Scottsdale
  • Radiation Oncologist On the Medical Staff
    The Cancer Institute

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Russian
    Brigham Young University
  • medical degree
    Duke University
  • M.D.
9 Total References
Web References
"We are thrilled to be able ...
www.providentcap.com, 7 Feb 2013 [cached]
"We are thrilled to be able to offer our cancer patients the latest technology developments from Elekta," says Matthew Callister, M.D., Division Chief for Radiation Oncology, Banner MD Anderson.
PHOENIX - (Feb. 28, 2011) The ...
www.bannerhealth.com, 28 Feb 2011 [cached]
PHOENIX - (Feb. 28, 2011) The appointment of Matthew D. Callister, MD as radiation oncology section chief for the Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center is the first of seven section chief appointments for the specialty medical center, scheduled to open in September of 2011 on the Banner Gateway Medical Center campus.
Still to be named are section chiefs for the modalities of surgical oncology, medical oncology, pathology, medical imaging, critical care and internal medicine.
"Dr. Callister's experience in patient care and research will provide Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center with great leadership in radiation treatment therapies," said Edgardo Rivera, MD, medical director for Banner MD Anderson.
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Callister will begin his new role in April. He currently serves as an assistant professor of radiation oncology and a consultant in the department of radiation oncology at Mayo Clinic Scottsdale. His previous experience includes roles as a radiation oncologist at Baptist Lutheran Medical Center, Research Medical Center and Therapeutic Radiologists, Inc., all in Kansas City, Mo.
Callister graduated from Duke University School of Medicine, and completed his residency in radiation oncology at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. His clinical practice focus has been in the treatment of gastrointestinal, skin, and head and neck cancers and lymphoma - all major focuses of the Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center. He has served as local study chair or co-investigator for several clinical trials.
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www.bannerhealth.com, 6 Sept 2012 [cached]
Dr. Matthew Callister
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Matthew Callister, MD Secretary/Treasurer
Physician Leaders
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Matthew Callister, MD
The Cancer Institute | Press Releases
www.heartlandcancer.org, 20 Nov 2002 [cached]
(Kansas City, MO.) - On November 20, 2002 the New England Journal of Medicine published a report co-authored by Dr. Matthew Callister, M.D., a radiation oncologist on the medical staff of The Cancer Institute.The article highlights a major discovery that could help doctors more accurately decide which breast cancer patients need more aggressive treatment and which can forego routine chemotherapy.
"This discovery is a major milestone for Dr. Callister and The Cancer Institute," remarked Doug Lawson, president of The Cancer Institute.
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With breakthrough research such as this, and physicians like Dr. Callister, we can truly improve the quality of cancer care not only locally but across the nation."
The report that Callister co-authored with Dr. Khandan Keyomarsi, Ph.D., associate professor in experimental radiation oncology at M.D.
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"This study is important for two reasons," remarked Callister."First, using cyclin E, we may be able to determine a breast cancer patients prognosis with remarkably greater accuracy.More importantly, this molecule has the strong potential to establish which patients need to undergo treatment such as chemotherapy or radiation, as well as those patients who do not."
Prior to coming to Kansas City, Dr. Callister initiated a confirmatory study of new patients at M.D.Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX.
This study will likely provide crucial information regarding which patients need further treatment for cancer after surgery and who does not, continued Callister.Hopefully, more women will be spared unnecessary treatment, while those with a high level of cyclin E normality can be identified for more aggressive cancer therapy.
Callister holds a degree in Russian from Brigham Young University and received his medical degree from Duke University.He did his internship at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale.Prior to working with The Cancer Institute, Callister specialized in radiation oncology at M.D.Anderson where he researched the detection of cyclin E in new breast cancer patients.
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"Working on this study has been a tremendously rewarding experience," stated Callister.
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