Thomas Slavin, M.D., is an accomplished physician specializing in identify hereditary diseases and syndromes, including genetic components of cancers — particularly gastrointestinal, genitourinary and rare cancers.
Dr. Slavin completed his undergraduate degree and medical school training at the University of South Florida. Following medical school, he completed both a pediatric and a medical genetics residency program at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital/University Hospitals, Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. In residency he completed research on hereditary cancer syndromes and identified novel genetic epidemiologic associations for coronary artery diseases and hypertension.
Prior to City of Hope, Dr. Slavin was an assistant professor in John A. Burns School of Medicine in Honolulu, HI and a clinical geneticist in Hawaii Community Genetics.
Dr. Slavin has a particular research interest in preventative and personalized genomics, and epidemiology. He has multiple peer-reviewed publications and has presented at numerous national meetings.
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