DR Jai Joshi MD

Hematologist/ Oncologist

Tucson, AZ


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Dr. Joshi has demonstrated his expertise in augmenting cancer programs and oncology practices. During the past two and a half years, he was instrumental in promoting recognition while on the Breast Cancer Leadership Committee in Tucson through his outreach seminars, inter-city tumor boards, comprehensive Hospital Grand Rounds, radio, and TV talk shows. Dr. Joshi is an experienced, board-certified medical oncologist who has consistently been highly rated by his patients and peers for his excellent teaching ability by medical students and residents. He trained at the best institutions in the United States. Dr. Joshi was awarded the prestigious RO1 Grant Award from the NCI, NIH. He has authored Book Chapters and Editorials and published extensively in peer-reviewed journals, He was awarded an Excellence in Teaching Award at Hopkins. He is the subject of biographical record in Marquis Who's Who. He serves on the Editorial Board of three journals and is Editor-in-Chief of another. He believes that interactions between a good doctor and his patients always bring forth the physician's humanity in amazing light

Work experience

May 2017 - Present

The Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation

Medical Oncologist


Jun 2016 - Present

Laredo Medical Center

Hematologist/ Oncologist


Dec 2015 - Present

Thompson Cancer Survival Ctr

Attending Hematologist/ Oncologist

-Served as the consultant attending physician in Hematology/Oncology for in-patients at FSRMC, Fort Loudoun Medical Center, Parkwest Medical Center and the Morristown-Hamblen Hospital.  -Maintained total care of oncology outpatients at TCSC main downtown facility and Sevierville. -Actively involved in clinical decision-making at the Breast, Lung, and General Oncology tumor boards each week

2016 - 2016



Jan 1990 - 2001

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Assistant Professor of medicine and hematology/oncology

Medical Oncology Attending General Medicine Service Attending http://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals/area/md/sinai-hospital-of-baltimore-6320280

1998 - 1999

Doctors Hospital

Medical Oncologist


Jan 1987 - 1990

MD Anderson Cancer Center

Assistant Professor of medicine and hematology/oncology

Acute Leukemia Programme, Infectious Diseases

1982 - 1985

NCI/NIH Baltimore Cancer Research Center UMCC

Assistant Professor of medicine and hematology/oncology

Our History In 1965 the National Cancer Institute (NCI) formed an intramural program of the Division of Cancer Treatment in collaboration with the Public Health Service Hospital. It was called the Baltimore Cancer Research Center (BCRC). As a federally funded agency, this center rapidly developed basic and clinical research on cancer treatment and became the training ground to medical and basic scientists. In 1974 the clinical unit of the BCRC moved to the University of Maryland Medical Center, and in 1976 the BCRC laboratories moved into the University of Maryland School of Medicine. The center remained an intramural NCI program under contractual arrangement between NCI and the University of Maryland at Baltimore. In 1978 its name was changed to the Baltimore Cancer Research Program (BCRP). From its inception, the BCRP was very active in clinical research with protocols developed by BCRP staff and via national groups such as the Cancer and Leukemia Group B (CALGB). The BCRP was also very active in basic and applied laboratory research in pharmacology, enzymology, immunology, and microbiology.

1981 - 1985

NIH, NCI, Baltimore Cancer Research Center

Assistant Professor of Medicne and Oncology

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