Robert K. Oldham, M.D., is an internationally recognized oncology and hematology
specialist. He practices at Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-Hematology
& Oncology in Brunswick, Georgia. His expertise with difficult oncology
cases makes him highly sought after as a consultant at medical centers
throughout the country.
Regarded as a leading pioneer in the development and use of immunotherapy,
Dr. Oldham has worked at renowned institutions in the U.S. and Europe,
including associate professor of Medicine and associate director of the
Vanderbilt Cancer Center, where he also founded and directed the Division
of Oncology. He worked at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) as an associate
director of the Division of Cancer Treatment and as a founding director
of the Biological Response Modifiers Program.
In addition to teaching at the University of Missouri-Columbia and Florida
State University, Dr. Oldham has served as a consultant at medical and
pharmaceutical companies in the U.S. and abroad, founded and served as
editor-in-chief at three medical journals and co-edited Principles of
Cancer Therapy, the first comprehensive textbook on the topic. He has
contributed to nearly 500 medical/scientific papers and presented extensively
at cancer research and treatment meetings. He is also an active member
of several professional organizations.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Oldham at Southeast Georgia Physician
Associates-Hematology & Oncology in Brunswick, call 912-466-5506.