Matthew Biagioli, MD, MS, is a top radiation oncologist and brachytherapy specialist who lends his skills and expertise to serve patients AdventHealth Cancer Institute in Orlando, Florida. He is also a member of the AdventHealth Medical Group Radiation Therapy at Central Florida, as well as the Medical Director of Radiation Oncology Specialists at Florida Hospital. With eighteen years of experience as a radiation therapist, he specializes in the application of brachytherapy for the successful treatment of numerous colorectal, gynecologic, and urologic cancers. Dr. Biagioli is also an expert in multi-probe segmented radiofrequency ablation and interstitial balloon radiation therapy.
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Education and Training
Medical University of South Carolina MD 2002
American Board of Radiology
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- Rhinovirus-induced oxidative stress and interleukin-8 elaboration involves p47-phox but is independent of attachment to intercellular adhesion molecule-1 and viral replication.
- Radiation therapy for rectal cancer: current status and future directions.
- Dose reduction study in vaginal balloon packing filled with contrast for HDR brachytherapy treatment.
- Calculating prescription doses for new sources by biologically effective dose matching.
- Providing a fast conversion of total dose to biological effective dose (BED) for
- High-dose-rate endorectal brachytherapy for locally advanced rectal cancer in
- High-dose-rate brachytherapy with or without intensity modulated radiation therapy as salvage treatment for an isolated, gross local recurrence of prostate cancer post-prostatectomy.
- Intravesical lipiodol injection technique for image-guided radiation therapy for bladder cancer.
- Effect of prophylactic fluconazole on oral mucositis and candidiasis during radiation therapy for head-and-neck cancer.
- A dosimetric study of polyethylene glycol hydrogel in 200 prostate cancer patients treated with high-dose rate brachytherapy±intensity modulated radiation therapy.
- A review of rectal toxicity following permanent low dose-rate prostate brachytherapy and the potential value of biodegradable rectal spacers.
- Quality of life after high-dose-rate brachytherapy monotherapy for prostate cancer.
- Dosimetric coverage of the prostate, normal tissue sparing, and acute toxicity with high-dose-rate brachytherapy for large prostate volumes.
- Reproducibility of F18-FDG PET radiomic features for different cervical tumor segmentation methods, gray-level discretization, and reconstruction algorithms.
- The role of oxidative stress in rhinovirus induced elaboration of IL-8 by respiratory epithelial cells.
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Medical Director Radiation Oncology Specialists at Florida Hospital -
- radiation oncologist and brachytherapy specialist AdventHealth Cancer Institute in Orlando - Present
- American Brachytherapy Society
- American College of Radiology
- Beth Israel Medical Center in Boston brachytherapy 2007
- Beth Israel Medical Center in Boston
Professional Society Memberships
- American College of Radiology | American Brachytherapy Society
Dr. Matthew Biagioli, M.D., M.S.'s Practice location
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Get to know Radiation Oncologist Dr. Matthew Biagioli, who serves patients in Florida.
Recognized as a competent radiation oncologist, Dr. Biagioli is a leader in the application of brachytherapy for the successful treatment of numerous colorectal, gynecologic, and urologic cancers. He is the Medical Director of AdventHealth Cancer Institute in Orlando, Florida.
As the largest cancer institute in Florida and identified as one of the best cancer hospitals in America, AdventHealth Cancer Institute consists of a multidisciplinary team of oncology specialists fighting to make cancer a thing of the past. Through groundbreaking research, innovative treatments, and heart-to-heart, whole-person care, they are making more medical innovations happen every single day.
In addition to providing the highest level of patient care, Dr. Biagioli is committed to helping train the best and brightest new physicians in the field of radiation oncology and holds chair and committee positions in professional organizations, including the American Brachytherapy Society, the American College of Radiology, and others.
In regards to the doctor’s educational background, he earned his Master of Science (MS) degree and his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He then went on to complete his internship in internal medicine at the same educational venue, followed by his residency in radiation oncology at the University of Miami. Finally, he completed his fellowship in brachytherapy at Beth Israel Medical Center in Boston.
Following his education, he became board-certified in radiation oncology by the American Board of Radiology, which is a not for profit physician-led organization that oversees the certification and ongoing professional development of specialists in diagnostic radiology, radiation oncology, and medical physics.
As a physician who is dedicated to finding new and more effective ways of combating various forms of cancer, Dr. Biagioli has authored numerous scholarly articles and book chapters and presented his work in both national and international forums. He is also committed to helping train the best and brightest new physicians in the field of radiation oncology, and his award-winning research has resulted in several patents for innovative approaches in the area of brachytherapy.
Radiation oncology is a medical specialty that involves the controlled use of radiation to treat cancer. It is one of the three primary specialties, the other two being surgical and medical oncology, involved in the treatment of cancer. A radiation oncologist is a specialist physician who uses ionizing radiation in the treatment of cancer.
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