Joanne Jeter, MD
College of Medicine
Dr. Jeter’s primary research interest is in improving the identification and management of individuals at hereditary risk of cancer. Her clinical practice focuses on patients with germline mutations predisposing to many types of cancer, including breast, ovarian, colon, and skin cancers. She is also interested in chemoprevention studies in this high-risk population. In addition, Dr. Jeter has a clinical practice in medical oncology treating patients with advanced melanoma and is the primary PI for a multi-site investigator-initiated clinical trial for treatment of c-kit mutated melanomas.