Sarah Scarboro, PhD
Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology
Office Phone: 434-982-0152
Physics’ Secretary: 434-924-5421
Radiological Physics, Radiation Oncology
Dr. Scarboro joined the Department of Radiation Oncology as a member of the Clinical Physics faculty in 2017. She received her Ph.D. in Medical Physics from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 2012. Prior to joining UVA, she was a medical physicist at Houston Methodist Hospital. At The University of Virginia Health System, Department of Radiation Oncology, she provides clinical support to a wide range of special procedures and external beam treatment techniques with emphasis on patient safety and workflow efficiency. Dr. Scarboro has clinical expertise in brachytherapy treatments, including both high dose rate (HDR) and low dose rate (LDR) procedures, and serves as the lead physicist for the eye plaque program. She is interested in exploring new applications of real-time in-vivo dosimetry methods, especially for brachytherapy applications and total body irradiation.
2012 University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center – Medical Physics
2015 American Board of Radiology: Therapeutic Medical Physics