The Division of Medical Oncology is part of the Department of Internal Medicine and has a long history of providing compassionate, personalized service to those suffering from solid malignancies. The mission of the Division is to continue as a national leader in the field of Medical Oncology while developing a molecular approach to medicine for the 21st century. This is being accomplished by the organization of tumor-specific multidisciplinary teams working in close collaboration with surgical and radiation departments; a strong emphasis is placed on cancer prevention through clinical trials and a personalized approach to care through molecular evaluation of tumor specialties.
Compassionate Patient Care
Disease-specific, multidisciplinary care allows each patient access to a team of experts. Clinics are conducted in locations throughout the university medical system, including:
- James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute
- The Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center
- Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza
- Ohio State East Hospital
- All of our faculty members are recognized nationally and internationally as leaders in their fields.
- Our faculty members hold leadership positions throughout The Ohio State University, The Wexner Medical Center and the OSUCCC – James.
- Areas of research focus within the Division of Medical Oncology include cancer prevention, carcinogenesis, nutrition, genetics, virology, bioinformatics, pharmacology and drug evaluation.
- Faculty direct NIH grants, clinical trials, and research programs throughout The Ohio State University and hospital system.
Dedication to Education
- Located in the heart of one of the largest research universities in the nation.
- Our faculty members serve as mentors to students in all stages of their academic careers, from undergraduate honors students to post-doctoral researchers.
- Our fellowship program offers an intensive clinical experience.