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Department of Medicine faculty physicians in the Hematology/Oncology division are active in nationally recognized medical research and provide exceptional education programs and patient care. At the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center and other clinical sites, these faculty physicians focus on surgical, medial, and radiation oncology. This team of IU School of Medicine educators also participate in the implementation of Perfexion Gamma Knife Therapy and the Precision Genomics Program.


Research within this division is led by world-renowned faculty members developing innovative protocols, novel treatments and new knowledge to expand the understanding of hematology and oncology.

Clinical Care

Services provided by faculty oncologists include treatment and management of bladder, breast, head and neck, kidney, lung, testicular, thyroid, pancreatic, prostate and salivary gland cancers; cardio-oncology; leukemia; and lymphoma.


The Hematology/ Oncology team offers a combined three-year fellowship program.

Values Statement

The Division of Hematology/Oncology is committed to a culture of support and acceptance that respects the faculty, staff, and learners and celebrates the diversity of their backgrounds. Excellence in patient care, research, and education begins with an emphasis on the mental and physical health of our workforce.