- Bone Marrow Biopsy
- Early Cancer Therapeutics
- Phase 1 drug clinical trials
Some of my first memories are going with my dad to the hospital because he was a doctor, and that's how I first became interested in medicine. He was the director of the Center on Aging here for over 25 years, so I have great pride in being a second-generation doctor here at the University of Kentucky. Even deeper than that is my love of Kentucky, because I'm an eighth-generation Kentuckian and my children are ninth-generation Kentuckians. So, serving Kentucky in the little area that I can make a difference which is in cancer care, where we have some of the biggest health disparities and highest mortality rates, is really a calling to me.
- Professor of Medicine
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UK is Tracing Lung Cancer in Appalachian Kentucky
UK HealthCare physicians share their thoughts on patient-centeredness, communication and delivering great care to the Commonwealth of Kentucky and beyond.
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University of Kentucky Research Professor Award 2020
UK Women in Medicine Leadership Award Winner 2020
Markey Difference Maker of the Year 2014
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Certifications and Special Training
Phase I investigations, lung cancer, head and neck cancer, radiation-chemotherapy interactions, population studies in Appalachia.