Colin Eamon Champ
Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology

I am a radiation oncologist interested in researching the intersection between diet, exercise, and metabolism. My research interests include modulating metabolism through diet, exercise, general activity, and pharmaceutical agents and the impact of body composition on outcomes. My goal is to assess whether exercise, and specifically weight training and function exercise training can help improve overall health and potentially cancer-specific outcomes in patients treated for breast cancer and lymphoma.

Current Research Interests

  • The impact of nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle modification on cancer prevention, treatment, and survivorship and improvement of cancer-specific outcomes and overall health of patients
  • Weight loss and improved physical fitness in cancer patients
  • Metabolism
  • Radiation therapy techniques in breast cancer

Current Appointments & Affiliations

Contact Information

  • 30 Duke Medical Circle, Durham, NC 27710

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