Allison Quick, MD

Allison Quick


College of Medicine


Radiation Oncology

Academic Title

Asst Professor - Clinical

Research Program

Cancer Control

Research Interest

Carcinoma, Hepatocellular ● Glioblastoma ● Cancer ● Edema ● Neoplasm Metastasis ● Blood pressure ● Adenocarcinoma ● Endometrial Cancer ● Glioma ● Brain Cancer

Allison Quick, MD, is a member of the Cancer Control Program at the OSUCCC – James, where she focuses on cancer survivorship.

Dr. Quick's research examines the effects of radiation therapy in treating malignancies and the side effects associated with brachytherapy, which is a treatment based on the insertion of radioactive implants directly into the affected tissue. Brachytherapy can negatively impact sexual function and quality of life for women with gynecologic cancers.

In addition, she has published on techniques for cardiac sparing for women receiving radiation for left breast cancers and is participating in national clinical trials that are accruing patients for gynecologic malignancies.

Dr. Quick has authored or co-authored publications in several scientific journals, including Journal of Radiation Oncology, Annals of Surgical Oncology and Technology in Cancer Research and Treatment. She is also a member of such professional organizations as the American Society of Radiation Oncology, the American Brachytherapy Society and the Alliance for Clinical Trials for Oncology.


  • Doctorate, University of Vermont College of medicine

    Burlington, VT (USA)

  • Doctorate, University of Vermont College of medicine

    Burlington, VT (USA)


  • The Ohio State University

    Columbus, OH (USA)

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