The American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ASTRO) has hired two new employees in its education and research departments.
Jill Randolph has joined the education department as ASTRO’s assistant director of education. She previously worked as a project manager at PerformTech. At ASTRO, Randolph will be responsible for developing and managing its elearning component and technologies, and overseeing the day-to-day operations of the education department.
Sunita Ranjitkar is the newest research health analyst in ASTRO’s research department. She comes from the ACR, where she worked as a program specialist in ultrasound, nuclear medicine and positron emission tomography. At ASTRO, Ranjitkar will be working on integrating the healthcare enterprise-radiation oncology project, as well as with the radiation physics, workforce and census committees.