Khinh Ranh Voong, MD, MPH
Disclosures: Research Grant -Lung Cancer Research Foundation -Principal_Investigator

Khinh R. Voong MD MPH

Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology & Molecular Radiation Sciences

Johns Hopkins University

Radiation Oncologist

Lung Cancer

Esophageal Cancer

Thymic Cancer

Mesothelioma

Biography

K. Ranh Voong, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Voong specializes in the treatment of thoracic tumors at the Johns Hopkins Thoracic Center of Excellence.

Dr. Voong graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and with Alpha Omega Alpha honors from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She completed internship training in the Johns Hopkins Hospital Olser Medical Housestaff Program, residency training in Radiation Oncology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and a Master’s in Public Health in with a focus on biostatistics and health economic evaluation at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Dr. Voong has been recognized for her skill as a physician and was recognized by the MD Anderson faculty for her exceptional patient care with the Dr. Mary Fletcher Award for Excellence in Clinical Care. She has been recognized for her dedication to teaching by the residents of the Johns Hopkins Department of Radiation Oncology with the Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology (ARRO) Teacher of the Year Award.

She has been awarded by the Lung Cancer Research Foundation for her research on the immune effects induced by stereotactic ablative radiation therapy in non-small cell lung cancer.  Dr. Voong leads a pilot study at John Hopkins University that examines the immune effects in the treatment of lung cancer with radiation alone.  Her research interests also include improving patient care through reducing toxicity using patient reported outcomes and health-economic evaluation. She is the quality of life co-chair in LU006, a NRG Oncology/Alliance study evaluating the potential benefit of the addition of pleural radiation in patients with mesothelioma. She was also awarded Radiation Oncology Institute’s 2017 Value of Radiation Publication Award.