Our Faculty

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With 130+ physician and research faculty members, our division is one of the largest in the country. Our faculty members participate in every facet of cancer prevention, patient care, survivorship, mentorship, and research on cancer and related diseases.

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Physician & Research Faculty Profiles 


Notable Faculty achievements

  • Faculty have been elected by their peers to lead the American Society for Clinical Oncology, the American Society of Hematology, the American Association for Cancer Research, the American Society for Transplantation and Cellular Therapy, the World Marrow Donor Association, the American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation, and the National Cancer Institute’s Leukemia and Lymphoma Steering Committees.
  • Many faculty members have been chosen to determine standardized cancer care guidelines through the National Comprehensive Cancer Network.
  • Faculty have been editors-in-chief of major textbooks and professional journals.
  • Faculty published more than 400 peer-reviewed journal articles in 2019.
  • Our faculty continue to be chosen by their peers for Seattle Magazine’s Best Doctors list. In 2022 twelve faculty members were honored.
  • Sixteen faculty members hold endowed chairs. 
  • Our division was founded by Dr. E. Donnall Thomas, who received the Nobel Prize for his work in developing bone marrow transplantation.

Faculty news

November 22, 2023
2023 Highly Cited Researchers
Congratulations to those from the Department of Medicine who have been selected as Highly Cited Researchers from the Web of Science Group.
October 16, 2023
Julie Gralow receives Woman Oncologist of the Year award
She was honored as a true leader in this field, distinguished not only by her work to advance breast cancer research but also to promote greater equity across cancer care.
October 1, 2023
Celebrating National Latino Physician Day
National Latino Physician Day was established on Oct. 1, 2022, as a day to celebrate Hispanic and Latinx physicians in the U.S. and to help build awareness and bridge the gap in representation.