Andy Clump, MD/PhD, Dr. Clump, a native of West Virginia, grew up in Doddridge Country. He joins WVU from University of Pittsburgh and UPMC Hillman Cancer Center where he served as Medical Director at the Mary Hillman Jennings Department of Radiation Oncology at Shadyside Hospital.
“It’s a privilege to join and lead the Department where I was first introduced to the field of radiation oncology and work beside a tremendous team of respected colleagues to provide and advance cancer care for patients in the state of West Virginia,” Clump said.
Clump completed his radiation oncology residency at UPMC in 2013 and remained as faculty where his primary clinical focus was the treatment of malignancies of the aerodigestive tract and the utilization of advanced technologies including stereotactic approaches. He completed his undergraduate in 2001 and earned his M.D./Ph.D. with a research focus on immunology and microbial pathogenesis from WVU in 2008. He remained in Morgantown through 2009 to complete the Transitional Year Program.
Clump is a member of the American Society of Therapeutic Radiation Oncology, American Board of Radiology while also being a contributing investigator to the NRG Oncology Head and Neck Group and RTOG Foundation.
For more information on WVU Radiation Oncology, visit medicine.wvu.edu/radiation-oncology.
Hannah Hazard-Jenkins, MD
Director, WVU Cancer Institute; Director and Associate Chair of Surgery for Cancer Services, WVU Cancer Institute
Deborah Falconi, MSN, RN, OCN
Administrator, Tactical Relationships and Implementation, WVU Cancer Institute
Carl Schmidt, MD, FACS
Chief, Surgical Oncology, WVU Cancer Institute; Director of Quality for Clinical Cancer Services, WVU Cancer Institute