I am a medical oncologist, neuro-oncologist, tenured professor of medicine and neurooncology, and Deputy Director of the Center for Cancer Immunotherapy, Duke Cancer Institute, where we are tasked to speed up clinical research and translation for scientists across all departments and all tumor types at Duke, who have made discoveries that show promise for developing new immunotherapies.
I am leading several clinical and translational programs with significant laboratory collaborations with an interest in innovative trials designed to improve the outcome of patients with cancers of the CNS. In addition, I am the principal investigator of first in human, phase I, II, and window of opportunity trials in CNS malignancies and solid tumors.
I serve as an advisor and grant reviewer for several non-profits and patient advocacy groups. I am a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and an Elected Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (UK).