A.B., Indiana University Bloomington, Chemistry, 1974.
M.D., Medicine, 1977.
Internship in Medicine, Bridgeport Hospital, 1978.
Residency in Medicine, Indiana University Hospitals, 1980.
Fellowship in Oncology, Indiana University Hospitals, 1981.
Fellowship in Hematology, University of Virginia, 1983.
Dr. Stewart’s previous research interests focused on stem cell biology, including the biology of engraftment in murine models of non-myeloablative and minimally-ablative hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Over the past decade, his research has emphasized aspects of oncology and hematology practice, including optimal utilization of advanced practice providers, drug safety in oncology, and clinical productivity of oncology physicians. He is currently on the editorial boards of the Journal of Cellular Biochemistry and the Journal of Intensive Care Medicine.
Dr. Stewart is the Medical Director and Vice President of the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, where he oversees SCCA outpatient clinics, including clinical care and quality monitoring. His clinical expertise is in general hematology-oncology, particularly in minimal ablative stem cell transplantation for patients with hematologic malignancies and in cellular immunotherapy approaches to a variety of diseases. He has also played critical roles in clinical studies across other cancers, including head and neck cancers, genitourinary cancers and germ cell cancers.