For Physicians: Cancer
View videos and read articles by UMGCCC physicians about cancer treatment and research.
The University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center (UMGCCC) offers health care providers opportunities to continue their professional development and expand their oncologic knowledge. We also work closely with physicians to help provide the best possible care to their patients, offering leading-edge treatment options available only at NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers such as ours.
We collaborate with the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at University of Maryland School of Medicine to offer cancer-targeted continuing medical education (CME) courses for health care professionals and cancer specialists in the Baltimore area. We offer residency and fellowship programs, research training programs, and more.
Learn more about our CME opportunities.
Whether you need to refer a patient, contact one of our doctors, find information on clinical trials or stay up to date on the latest developments in cancer treatment, we are here to help.
Call 410-328-7904 or email UMGCCCreferrals@umm.edu and a member of our team will gladly help you and your patient find a physician who can best meet your patient’s needs.
Through our multidisciplinary approach to cancer care, specialists in the medical, surgical and radiation oncology specialties work as a team to provide care that best meets each patient’s individual needs. Use our directory to find our specialists as well as more information on our treatment programs.
Through PortfolioMD, our secure web portal, you can access patient information and clinical data—including lab, imaging and test results; hospital admissions; discharge summaries; consultation notes and emergency department encounter notes—in real time.
Learn more about the benefits of this resource.
Cancer research is integral to our mission. Whether our experts are developing new treatments or better methods for administering treatment and performing surgery, the goal is to improve the quality of life for patients with cancer. Learn more about our research and clinical trials.
UMGCCC fosters a stimulating, multidisciplinary education and training environment through active participation in the training of graduate students, medical students, residents and fellows, mentoring of junior faculty, and sponsoring of cancer-related educational and training activities. Learn more about our training opportunities in cancer research.