Cleveland Clinic appoints breast medical oncology director
Halle Moore, MD, has been appointed director of breast medical oncology at Cleveland Clinic.
Moore also will serve as co-director of the institution’s comprehensive breast cancer program.
Moore — who joined Cleveland Clinic in 1999 — will begin her new roles in January.
She specializes in the medical management of breast cancer. Her research focuses on breast cancer treatment and issues related to cancer survivorship.
Cleveland Clinic also announced the appointments of four new staff physicians.
Shilpa Gupta, MD, joined the genitourinary cancer program with a focus on bladder cancer. She previously served on the faculty at University of Minnesota, where she led the interdisciplinary solid tumor phase 1 program.
Khaled Hassan, MD, joined the thoracic cancer program. He previously served as assistant professor in the division of hematology/oncology at University of Michigan.
Suneel Kamath, MD, joined the gastrointestinal cancer program. He previously was the hematology and medical oncology chief fellow at Northwestern University.
Elizabeth Weinstein, MD, joined the palliative medicine program. She previously served as associate medical director for Hospice of the Western Reserve.