Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutch
Clinical Research Division, Fred Hutch
Dr. Manoj Menon researches HIV-associated malignancies as well as cancer characteristics, diagnostics and treatment in low-income countries. He has documented that in Uganda, patients with both cancer and HIV present to the Uganda Cancer Institute at an earlier stage of disease. The finding affirmed his interest in using the clinical and research infrastructure used in the care of patients with HIV to increase cancer screening and referral. Dr. Menon also studies breast cancer in Uganda, including assessing the molecular profile of the disease as well as evaluating novel and clinically relevant diagnostic and therapeutic options for patients.
University of Washington School of Medicine
Fellowship, Hematology and Medical Oncology, University of Washington/Fred Hutch, 2014
Fellowship, Epidemiology, Centers for Disease Control, 2007
Residency, University of Washington, 2005
M.D., University of North Carolina, 2002
Clinical research in HIV-associated malignancies – site PI for clinical trials as part of the AIDS Malignancy Consortium and the Cancer Immunotherapy Network
Assessing the prognostic role of anemia among patients with lymphoma at the Uganda Cancer Institute
Describing the molecular portrait of breast cancer among patients at the Uganda Cancer Institute
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