William E. Bobo, MD

William E. Bobo, MD

workRadiation Oncologist
location_onAtrium Health – Levine Cancer Institute – Rock Hill Radiation Therapy Center

About Dr. Bobo

I currently spend my time at the Pineville Radiation Oncology center where I have the pleasure of working with an outstanding radiation oncology team. As a part of SERO, I am able work with a group of physicians who truly put patient care first and maintain a state of the art practice. With this large group of physicians, I am able to stay on top of all new technologies and advancements in the care of patients.  When I am away from the office, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, water skiing, fishing and traveling.

"After spending time with oncology patients, I realized I truly enjoyed working with this group of patients and received great satisfaction helping them through their treatment course."

Dr. Bobo


North Carolina Medical License

South Carolina Medical License

Georgia Medical License

Board Certification

York County Medical Society - Secretary/Treasurer

York County Medical Society - President

American Society of Clinical Oncology

American College of Radiation Oncology

American Society of Therapeutic Radiology

Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology

Awards & Affiliations


Emory University School of Medicine

1998 - 2002

Atlanta Georgia

Resident, Radiation Oncology

Emory University School of Medicine

1993 - 1997

Atlanta, Georgia

Doctor of Medicine

Auburn University

1988 - 1992

Auburn, Alabama

Bachelor of Science Molecular Biology, summa cum laude


Medical Director, Pineville Radiation Therapy Center

Charotte, NC

Medical Director, Rock Hill Radiation Therapy Center

Rock Hill, SC

Radiation Oncologist, SERO

Charlotte, NC

SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratory

Atlanta, GA

Auburn Univesity

Auburn, Alabama

Centers for Disease Control

Atlanta, Georgia


Find Dr. Bobo’s full list of publications on PubMed here.

  • Stone AR, Bobo W, Brat DJ, Devi NS, Van Meir EG, Vertino Pm; Aberrant methylation and down-regulation of TMS1/ASC in human glioblastoma; American Journal of Pathology 2004 Oct; 165(4):1151-61
  • Bobo WM, Landry J, Ting J, Davis LD. A “Volume at Risk Approach” in IMRT Treatment Portal Designs. Medical Physics, June 2000, vol. 27:6 p.1376. World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering Chicago, Illinois

Selected Meeting Presentations

  • The Role of Radiation Therapy in Patients With a rising PSA following Prostatectomy Resident Research Day, Emory University School of Medicine, May 2000